This post is a sponsored collaboration between Two Trees Management and Gothamist staff.
You're not new to the city. You've lived everywhere: illegal basement conversions, shared bedrooms, 200 square foot studios, and if you're lucky, a nice floor-through—with four roommates.
It's sort of a stamp in the passport of New York Living to try apartments and neighborhoods all over the city, but the thing is, you're older now. You've got a real job and you’re ready to take your apartment game to a whole new level.
Family-owned Two Trees Management is now leasing units in their new 60 Water St. development and, if you're into nice things, like air, light and unparalleled views of the New York City skyline, you should take a look.
Living here will be pretty. Very pretty.
With an all glass façade and floor to ceiling windows, 60 Water St.'s biggest selling point since its inception has been its proximity to the East River and the insane views that come with it. In fact, choose the right unit and you'll have a view of the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges, Lady Liberty and the Empire State Building (and that’s just the beginning of the list!).
Aside from the expansive views you’ll have in your own apartment, you'll be able to take them in outside from the common roof deck designed by Field Operations, the landscape architects behind the High Line. Seriously, the Brooklyn Bridge is so close to your chaise lounge you can practically touch it.
It's luxury with character.
Two Trees has been investing in DUMBO real estate for 30 years with a focus on maintaining great small businesses and diverse residential communities. With authenticity, luxury and that turn-key feeling in mind, each unit at 60 Water has all the touches that bring it beyond the white-box condos found around the city: washer-dryers, solid oak flooring, European fixtures and finishes, Caesarstone countertops, preinstalled solar shades, tons of outlets, and closet space throughout each apartment.
The neighborhood is just right.
DUMBO is a special place; it's got that industrial aesthetic that serves as a reminder that you're in New York, but the personality gives it that neighborhood feel.
Right around the block you've got iconic street art, galleries, independently-owned restaurants, and some of the city's best public spaces. Brooklyn Bridge Park, Smorgasburg and the East River Ferry are all right there, and brand-new Empire Stores brings a creative space to a hub for arts and tech in New York.
You'll be the first.
The first to what? The first to enjoy these views from the comfort of your own living room. To sit on a roof deck by the High Line team, to have a garbage disposal in New York City. You'll pay the deposit with your credit card and the rent with your debit card, and that's gotta be a first, too.
60 Water has everything you always wanted in a New York City apartment. And now you can find it DUMBO. Before you head over to scope it out, check out any unit's actual views and 3-D layouts with Two Trees' virtual touring technology and get what's yours.