Located on a tree-lined townhouse block, 202 8th Street offers modern homes with vast spaces beautifully lit by tall banks of windows framing neighborhood views. The living spaces offer plenty of room to accommodate dedicated lounging and dining areas. Striking details include high ceilings and solid oak flooring which evoke brownstone design, yet perfectly compliment the modern finishes.
The kitchens at 202 8th Street bring nouveau bistro design to all your artisanal feasts. Custom Scavolini Italian cabinetry offers unparalleled style, while fully integrated stainless steel appliances from Liebherr, Bosch and Electrolux inspire your inner chef to get creative. Marble countertops and backsplash set an elegant stage for serving farm-to-table feasts.
202 8th Street offers smartly designed bedrooms that combine generous space and abundant light. Here you will space for all your furnishings and finds from area shopping adventures without crowding you. Built-in closets keep your fashions organized.
The bathrooms immerse you in luxury with deep soaking tubs surrounded by marble and complimented by custom vanities. Glass enclosed showers turn cleansing into a spa experience.
202 8th Street offers bespoke benefits ranging from two private landscaped courtyards to a furnished roof deck equipped with outdoor grill and seating areas providing stunning views of Brooklyn, Manhattan and New York Harbor.
An outdoor stone-hearth fireplace keeps the conversation going year-round. Log treadmill miles and do your sets just minutes from your front door in a spacious setting featuring state-of-the-art equipment.
A bicycle storage room keeps your apartment clutter free and bikes safe.
202 8th Street allows you to keep your apartment clutter free with available storage units that will hold all your Park Slope finds and more.
Scavolini cabinetry imported from Italy
Integrated stainless Ssteel Liebherr / Blomberg refrigerators
Integrated stainless steel Bosch dishwasher
Electrolux stainless steel range
Integrated sharp microwave drawer
Marble countertops and tiled marble backsplash
Under cabinet lighting
Stainless steel undermount sink
Outside 202 8th Street, you will discover a culture aficionado's playground. Chef-run bistros and eclectic boutiques line 5th and 7th Avenues.
Just a stroll away you will find Prospect Park, The Barclays Center, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Library and The Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Read New York Magazine and GQ to find out why Park Slope was rated one of the best neighborhoods to live in New York City.