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The Edge

22 North 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Sales, Leasing/Rental
The Edge
The Edge is located at 22 North 6th Street in Brooklyns trendy Williamsburg neighborhood, and incorporates sustainable design, the green alternative to conventional design and construction. The site was deemed the coolest building in Williamsburg before construction was even finished, according to Andrew Barrocas, CEO of MNS. The pricey waterfront was built in 2008, and features amenities including spa treatment rooms and an indoor pool with heated floors, but has come under fire for not offering the same perks to residents of the buildings affordable sections. In 2014, it was announced that retail space in the building would be sold for more than $40 million. Washington, DC-based Madison Marquette acquired the 60,000-square-foot space, which is already leased to tenants including CVS, Brooklyn Bodyburn gym, restaurant Fabrica, a bike store, a liquor store, and a preschool. KM
  • Address 22 North 6th Street
  • neighborhood Williamsburg
  • borough Brooklyn
  • owner/developer Douglaston Development
  • sales/marketing MNS
  • floors 15
  • Year Built 2008
  • file ag plans 01/01/2006
  • residential units 360
  • commercial units 7
  • square feet 632,007
  • block and lot 3-02332-7502
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