Come home to the BellTel Lofts, Brooklyn's first skyscraper and a landmarked Art Deco building in Downtown Brooklyn. Apartment 10-F is configured as a three bedroom, two bath with a private terrace featuring over 1,200 square feet of living space. Upon entering, the almost forty-foot-long gallery is complemented by soaring 11Â’ ceilings and oversized windows, creating a grand and dramatic entrance. The large master bedroom suite comes with an en-suite bath and walk-in custom closets. The cook's kitchen was completely gut-renovated and expanded in 2017. It was profiled in Architectural Digest and is a true showpiece, with an oversized, custom-milled black walnut island countertop and a floor-to-ceiling pantry with a built-in desk/workstation and bookshelf. It also includes top-of-the-line Caesarstone countertops, six 36" wide island drawers for ample storage, hand-forged wrought-iron shelf brackets, custom-milled open shelving, a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and many more unique features. The second bedroom has a giant built-in floor-to-ceiling closet thatÂ’s idea for storage. The third bedroom, currently used as a home office and entertainment center, easily fits a queen-size bed. The home features bamboo flooring throughout, a new Bosch in-unit washer and dryer and updated PTAC heating/cooling unit. The Bell Telephone building was originally designed by famed architect Ralph Walker in 1929 and is known as BrooklynÂ’s first Skyscraper. Given landmark status in 2004, the Belltell Lofts was converted into residential apartments in 2008 by the renowned firm of Beyer Blinder Belle.This included carefully curated finishes and amenities including a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, two massive outdoor common roof terraces, media lounge, yoga room, full gym, kids playroom, business center, bike room and indoor parking and self-storage. Downtown Brooklyn is now one of New York City's most exciting destinations. Home to the DeKalb Market and Food Hall, Target, Trader JoeÂ’s, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema; coming soon is Willoughby Square Park, the neighborhoodÂ’s newest park. Proximity to eleven subway lines (R, 2/3, Q, B, A/C, F/G and 4/5) place the building one or two stops from Prospect Park and its famous Farmers Market, Fort Greene, Manhattan and other Brooklyn neighborhoods. Tax abatement is in place until 2023. The number of bedrooms listed above is not a legal conclusion. Consult with your attorney to make a determination as to the number of rooms in the unit that may be legally used as a bedroom.