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150 Richardson design is inspired by historic warehouse buildings. The eight boutique condos are an exquisite blend of classic rustic and modern design. The interior and exterior display authentic craftsmanship and attention to detail like no other residence in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The modern 18th Century design elements include over-sized industrial style floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed re-claimed brick from a carriage and buggy factory, expose concrete columns, and antique oaks hardwood floors mixed with the comforts of modern design.

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Inspired by Industrial warehouse loft architecture of old Brooklyn, 150 Richardson Street is a stunning blend of classic rustic and modern design.

Inside and out, you will find authentic craftsmanship and attention to detail like no other residence in Williamsburg. This is truly a rare opportunity to experience a uniquely elegant lifestyle in the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhoods.

The standout 18th-century design elements include massive floor-to-ceiling industrial style windows that draw natural light into every corner and reclaimed brick work from an Indiana carriage & buggy factory and wide-plank antique oak hardwood flooring.

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Buying in a new development can be very profitable. Anyone who bought during the last development boom has nearly doubled his or her investment.

 The development boom is cyclical. Old buildings are tore down to build new modern structures.   The cycle usually runs every 10 years.
New York City and the outer-boroughs are seeing another building boom. Don’t miss it!
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