Giglio Sunday, usually the first Sunday after the 4th of July, is one of the most anticipated days on the calendar for anyone in or around the Williamsburg area. Dating back to the late 1800’s, the festivities are packed with religion, friendship, games and most famously…the food! For 12 days, the area around Our Lady [...]
Williamsburg Neighborhood Guide
Patricia’s of Tremont is now in Williamsburg!
Dine inside or dine outside - Hands down the BEST pizza/restaurant in Williamsburg.
From the owner:
“Welcome to the latest addition to New York’s Institution of over 25 years: Patricia’s Pizza and Pasta. When coming to dine with us at our convenient Williamsburg, Brooklyn location, not only will you enjoy our [...]
Aria – 134-136 Powers Street
Interior Designer: Andres Escobar
Developer:The Tamir Group
Unique layouts for a unique Williamsburg - 20 different and distinctive layouts offering 16 foot ceilings and terraces in select units. White lacquer kitchens, high end appliances and oversized windows lend to sleek entertaining. Curtain glass wall windows open up a world of daylight. First in [...]
NV – 101 North 5th Street
Architect: Karl Fischer Architects
Developer: 150 Berry, LLC Morton Group
A Boutique Building with Big Building Attitude, NV is ideally situated three minutes from the East River waterfront park and one block from Bedford Avenue. The building is surrounded by Brooklyn’s best restaurants, art galleries, nightlife, and exclusive and unique shopping destinations. [...]
SevenBerry – 120 North 7th Street
Architect: Karl Fischer Architects
Contractor: Kiska Group
Welcome to the sweet life. Awaken your senses to Sevenberry, a building with all the right ingredients for tasteful living. Whether you need a one, two or three bedroom apartment, Sevenberry mixes modern living with natural settings to deliver the lifestyle you crave. SevenBerry has [...]
Looking for inspired creativity? Look no further than 9inety North 5ifth. This building is as far from mundane as you can get. Residents should immediately perk up once they enter the lobby and see the 45-foot white stone waterfall and brightly-colored chandeliers, but that’s just the beginning.
EVRY aims to fill every desire buyers could want and it goes a good job for those looking for loft spaces. Open residences with floor-to-ceiling windows give residents stunning light and views and the finishes have some serious personality.
If you’re sick of seeing cookie-cutter apartments, but still want a shiny, new apartment, it’s time to look at The Suzanne.
The layouts here were well designed for both living and entertaining. The entrances in all units lead into the common areas, as opposed to a small foyer in the bedroom area that has popped up recently, making them inviting without sacrificing privacy. The interiors aim to maximize usable space, while incorporating softer details. Warm cherry cabinets and glass mosaic back splashes brighten the kitchens, while Neptune soaking tubs and floor-to-ceiling wall tiles add a spa-like atmosphere to the bathrooms.
Looking in the $300-400K range*, but still want to live in a great neighborhood? Take a look at 15-17 Judge Street in Williamsburg. These one-bedroom units are charming and the building is close to both Graham Avenue and Grand Street shopping districts.
Condo buyers looking in Williamsburg already have plenty of choices. From The Rialto and nfourth to The Edge and NV – there are a lot of fabulous new developments in the area that fall into the affordable luxury category. Now, there appears to be another one to add to the list: 70 Berry Street.
Bowling might not be your first thought when deciding what to do for a night out, but if you’ve been to Brooklyn Bowl, it’s at least going to start making the list.
Just opened in Williamsburg, this fantastic bowling alley and event space is just the right amount trendy, hip and fun – and the crowds are there to prove it. Despite the long wait to bowl though, groups will find plenty to do while they wait. Make sure to grab a drink and some food, I recommend the rock n’ roll fries, which are to die for. Blue Ribbon is responsible for the extensive menu which is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
122 Newton is unlike any other boutique condominium northern Brooklyn has seen to date. With four spectacular 1,584 sf floor-through 3-bedroom apartments and one stunning 2,196 sf garden duplex, the quest for a spacious, elegant, impeccably designed home has finally ended.
Williamsburg is a great neighborhood for those looking to live in luxury, but still get a neighborhood feel. NV takes this concept to a new level. From the moment you look at the all-glass façade, it’s obvious that you’re stepping into a modern, luxurious new development, but being just one block off of Bedford Avenue, three blocks to the L train and three blocks to Waterfront Park, residents can easily experience everything Brooklyn has to offer.
Looking for a compelling reason to move to Brooklyn? The Edge might just be it. Of all the new developments finishing up this year, The Edge is a notable standout. The combination of stellar units huge amenities package, fun location and reasonable pricing make a great argument for abandoning your over-priced Manhattan rental and heading over to Williamsburg.
Nfourth is all about first impressions and it makes a great one. The building and its features are designed to pop, like the interiors by Andres Escobar and spiral staircases in duplex units. It is comprised of 37 units, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms and the layouts are both unique and thoughtful. Thanks to large windows and great exposure, the units are incredibly bright and warm. The sharp contrast between the dark wood and blizzard white finishings in the kitchens add a contemporary feel to the units. If you’re looking to really impress though, take your friends into the bamboo garden which comes complete with a waterfall.