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176 Johnson Street 7C

176 Johnson Street 7C, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Welcome home to this extraordinary, expansive, sunny and super-cool 810sf condo loft with a walls of windows, 11ft ceilings, concrete column, original oak floors, industrial touches, in-unit laundry, central heat/ac, incredible city views and an unbeatable ambience at the historic Toy Factory Lofts in Downtown Brooklyn! Glorious all-day sunshine pours in through oversized double-paned windows looking out toward the Brooklyn skyline on the Eastern horizon. This expansive open floor plan offers distinctive areas for separate living, dining, sleeping, working and relaxing. The enclosed sleeping loft fits a queen bed and provides ample extra storage.

Originally constructed in 1926, The Toy Factory Lofts was once home to Tudor Metal Products who invented the game Electric Football on this site. In 2004, the building was converted to 56 condominium residences spanning 8 stories. Amenities include a virtual doorman, private storage, private on-site parking, live-in Resident Manager, fitness center, rooftop deck with panoramic views, package room, Verizon Fios, an onsite parking garage and bicycle storage.

Located only a block from the entrance to the BQE, traveling across the borough, city or state could not be easier. Immediate access to the highway allows for easy reverse commutes and vacation departures. Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge entrances are also within 2 blocks, providing the easiest possible entry to Manhattan. Nearby highlights include NYC Fresh Market and City Point Trader Joe's, the DeKalb Market Hall, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Fort Greene Park and the DUMBO Waterfront. Public transit includes the A,C and F trains on the corner of Myrtle and Jay Street, the Hoyt Street 2/3 station and the Dekalb Avenue B,D,N,Q,R station (only 1 stop to Canal Street and 2 stops to Union Square).

Features & Amenities


Total Bedrooms 1
Total Bathrooms 1
Full Bathrooms 1
Laundry Room Building None, Washer Hookup, In Unit


Stories 8
Other Exterior Features None

Area & Lot

Status For Lease
MLS® ID RPLU-5123055573
Type Condo
Year Built 2005
Neighborhood Downtown Brooklyn
View Description City


Lease Price $3,900/mo
Zoning C6-4

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Overview for Downtown Brooklyn, NY

29,656 people live in Downtown Brooklyn, where the median age is 33 and the average individual income is $72,016. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

33 years

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Downtown Brooklyn: Where Culture and Commerce Converge


Welcome to Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn is a dynamic and rapidly evolving neighborhood that serves as the borough's central business district. This vibrant urban hub seamlessly combines a thriving commercial center with cultural landmarks, making it a compelling destination for residents and visitors alike.

Getting There

Downtown Brooklyn is a transportation hub, easily accessible by multiple subway lines, including the 2/3, 4/5, B/D, N/Q/R, and A/C. The neighborhood is also a major transit interchange, providing convenient access to Manhattan, Queens, and beyond.

Retail Therapy on Fulton Street

Fulton Street Mall, the neighborhood's bustling shopping district, is a shopper's paradise. From major retail chains to local boutiques, the area offers a diverse range of shopping options. Explore City Point for a mix of fashion, food, and entertainment, or browse the boutiques along Atlantic Avenue for unique finds.

Cultural Hotspots

Downtown Brooklyn is home to several cultural institutions that add a layer of sophistication to the area. The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) hosts world-class performances, including theater, dance, and music. The Mark Morris Dance Center and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) contribute to the neighborhood's cultural richness.

Educational Institutions

Downtown Brooklyn is a hub for education, with institutions such as Long Island University (LIU), St. Joseph's College, and the New York City College of Technology (City Tech). The academic presence infuses the area with a youthful energy, creating a diverse and dynamic community.

Skyscrapers and Skyline Views

The skyline of Downtown Brooklyn is dominated by impressive skyscrapers, including the iconic Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower. Enjoy panoramic views of the city from rooftop bars like the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge or the Polynesian, offering a perfect blend of sophistication and relaxation.

Fort Greene Park

Adjacent to Downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene Park provides a green oasis for recreation and relaxation. The park hosts cultural events, has sports facilities, and is an ideal spot for picnics, jogging, or simply enjoying the outdoors.

Culinary Delights

Downtown Brooklyn offers a diverse culinary scene to satisfy every palate. From trendy brunch spots like Gersi to the artisanal pizza at Forno Rosso, the neighborhood's dining options cater to foodies and casual diners alike. Food halls like DeKalb Market Hall showcase a variety of international flavors under one roof.

Brooklyn Cultural District

The Brooklyn Cultural District, anchored by BAM, is a focal point for arts and entertainment. Explore the district's galleries, theaters, and creative spaces, such as BRIC House, contributing to the neighborhood's reputation as a cultural epicenter.

Community Events

Downtown Brooklyn comes alive with community events throughout the year. From outdoor concerts and film screenings to farmers' markets and art festivals, there's always something happening that brings residents together and adds to the neighborhood's vibrant spirit.

Final Thoughts

Downtown Brooklyn is a neighborhood in constant motion, where the energy of commerce and the richness of culture converge. From its bustling shopping districts to its cultural landmarks and diverse dining scene, the area invites you to explore and be part of its dynamic tapestry. Discover the heartbeat of Brooklyn in Downtown, where the essence of urban living thrives in every corner.

Around Downtown Brooklyn, NY

There's plenty to do around Downtown Brooklyn, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

Walker's Paradise
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Biker's Paradise
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Rider's Paradise
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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Stickett Inn, Chocolate Noise, and NYFoodBox.

Name Category Distance Reviews
Ratings by Yelp
Dining 2.21 miles 22 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 1.11 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining · $$ 4 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 2.15 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 1.98 miles 7 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 1.81 miles 7 reviews 5/5 stars
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