Emerson Place between Myrtle and Willoughby
Converted in 2000 from a furniture warehouse, this building is part of the New Hop middle income housing program, but that doesn't mean the apartments aren't beautiful! The apartments on floors 1-5 have 12' ceilings with huge beams and exposed slat ceilings. The apartments all have separate kitchens with dishwasher, closets in every bedroom and at least one in the common area, full bathroom, hardwood floors and huge windows for great light. There are penthouse duplex apartments on the roof and large apartments on the ground floor as well. The building has a live-in super, nice laundry room, and private gated parking lot ($80/month) and is 3 blocks to the Classon station of the G train. Here are photos from all the lines in the building on floors 1-5 and 1 penthouse unit.