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111 Hicks St, 13GH
Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201

$7,400
per month
  • Home
  • 3 bed
  • 2 baths

Location

Map of 111 Hicks St, Brooklyn, NY 11201, 13GH

Nearby Transit
2 min Clark St 2 2 3 3
5 min High St A A C C
7 min Court St - Borough Hall R R
Nearby Schools
5 min AltSchool Brooklyn Heights (Will open: Fall 2015) (PK-8)
7 min Brooklyn Autism Center Academy (n/a)
12 min Brooklyn Friends School (PK-12)

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Description

A rare opportunity to live in the historic landmark of the St George Tower. Previously a two bedroom apartment, this space features natural light from all directions and panoramic views of Manhattan. With an open layout, residents can enjoy an updated kitchen with a state-of-the-art water filtration system and an island overlooking and spacious living and dining areas. The master bedroom offers multiple closets, natural light and a private ensuite bathroom. Two more bedrooms and a recreation room makes the space as flexible and customizable as needed. Additionally, each bathroom is updated, with windows providing air and unobstructed views. The apartment is peppered with both step-in and walk-in closets for ample storage. Washer/Dryer included in unitIn the pre-World-War-II era, the St. George Tower was a popular venue for society gatherings, weddings and celebrations, and a stomping ground for such celebrities as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Johnny Weismuller, the Olympic swimmer and star of Tarzan movies, and others who ventured over the East River to dine at the hotel's restaurants, to dance and socialize in its ballroom, and to take in the unrivaled view of Manhattan from its upper floors and roof terrace. The hotel boasted an enormous ballroom and a 120-foot natural salt water swimming pool. In its heyday, the hotel had 2,632 guest rooms, one thousand full-time employees, could accommodate nearly three thousand people for a dance, and could provide food for seven thousand guests at any one time.

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