A different way into Dumbo.

A cobblestone street.
A private courtyard.
46 homes.

Neighborhood

A neighborhood unlike any other
A place where bridges, steel, concrete, cobblestones, sky and river run together and frame every view.
FIG 1. — Down Under The Manhattan Bridge Overpass.
FIG 2. — Anchorage Place framed by the Archway.
FIG 3. — Underside of the Manhattan Bridge.
FIG 4. — Where buildings, bridge and sky meet.
FIG 5. — Native seaside plantings in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
FIG 6. — A tree grows in Dumbo.
FIG 7. — Concrete and glass landscape.
Down Under The Manhattan Bridge Overpass.
Anchorage Place framed by the Archway.
Underside of the Manhattan Bridge.
Where buildings, bridge and sky meet.
Native seaside plantings in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
A tree grows in Dumbo.
Concrete and glass landscape.

Dumbo’s best at your doorstep, in every direction

Map of Dumbo
168 Plymouth
  1. 1. Brooklyn Roasting Comapny
  2. 2. Celestine
  3. 3. Cecconi's
  4. 4. Gran Eléctrica
  5. 5. Jacques Torres
  6. 6. Almondine
  7. 7. Usagi
  8. 8. One Girl Cookies
  9. 9. La Catrina Flower Studio
  10. 10. Egg
  11. 11. Juliana's
  12. 12. Equinox
  13. 13. Brooklyn Bridge Park
  14. 14. St. Ann's Warehouse
  15. 15. Dumbo House
  16. 16. Foragers Market
  17. 17. AlMar
  18. 18. Brooklyn Historical Society
  19. 19. Gleason's Gym

Building

Two iconic Dumbo building types brought together around a private courtyard
  • FIG 1. — Plymouth Street Entry The cobblestone laid Plymouth street entry frames the Brooklyn Bridge looking west and allows for the main entry through the landscaped courtyard, making it a part of your everyday experience.
  • FIG 2. — A Private Courtyard Enter from Plymouth Street into a quiet space of reclaimed cobblestones, granite blocks, dogwoods, magnolias and native plantings.
  • FIG 3. — Lobby Just in from the courtyard is the main lobby. Dramatically lit exposed brick and timber beams and columns show off the bones of the historic brick and timber building.
  • FIG 4. — Brick & Timber Eighteen loft homes are distributed in the 1898 round arch style building from the Garden level through 6. These homes feature painted brick and exposed wood beams and columns as well as large windows and high ceilings.
  • FIG 5. — Daylight Factory Twenty loft homes are within the 1921 Daylight Factory side of the building on floors 2 through 8. They feature over-sized windows, restored concrete beams and columns and high ceilings.
  • FIG 6. — Townhouses Three unique townhouses have direct private entries from Jay Street. Two are located in the Brick & Timber style and one is located in the concrete daylight factory style.
  • FIG 7. — Penthouses Five distinct new penthouse additions sit on top of the historic structures below. The design of the two above the Brick & Timber building on the 7th floor feature unique arches that open up onto large terraces that span the width of the building below. The remaining three penthouses on top of the concrete building have a glassy facade that opens up to the surrounding views.
Plymouth Street Entry
FIG 1. — Plymouth Street Entry The cobblestone laid Plymouth street entry frames the Brooklyn Bridge looking west and allows for the main entry through the landscaped courtyard, making it a part of your everyday experience.
A Private Courtyard
FIG 2. — A Private Courtyard Enter from Plymouth Street into a quiet space of reclaimed cobblestones, granite blocks, dogwoods, magnolias and native plantings.
Lobby
FIG 3. — Lobby Just in from the courtyard is the main lobby. Dramatically lit exposed brick and timber beams and columns show off the bones of the historic brick and timber building.
Brick & Timber
FIG 4. — Brick & Timber Eighteen loft homes are distributed in the 1898 round arch style building from the Garden level through 6. These homes feature painted brick and exposed wood beams and columns as well as large windows and high ceilings.
Daylight Factory
FIG 5. — Daylight Factory Twenty loft homes are within the 1921 Daylight Factory side of the building on floors 2 through 8. They feature over-sized windows, restored concrete beams and columns and high ceilings.
Townhouses
FIG 6. — Townhouses Three unique townhouses have direct private entries from Jay Street. Two are located in the Brick & Timber style and one is located in the concrete daylight factory style.
Penthouses
FIG 7. — Penthouses Five distinct new penthouse additions sit on top of the historic structures below. The design of the two above the Brick & Timber building on the 7th floor feature unique arches that open up onto large terraces that span the width of the building below. The remaining three penthouses on top of the concrete building have a glassy facade that opens up to the surrounding views.

Features

Features

Availability

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Alloy

This is an
Alloy Project

Alloy is a real estate development company based in Dumbo. We work here and we live here. As members of the community, we are committed to making the experience and quality of our work meaningful and mindful of its surroundings for residents and for our neighbors. Integral to our approach is the celebration and support of communities through direct engagement and collaboration. We believe in making work in the built environment that has enduring and recognizable value. We are equally proud of the values our work reflects.

This is our fifth bulding in Dumbo

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Our Work
1 John St.
FIG 1. — 1 John St.

Alloy with partner Monadnock acquired the last waterfront site in DUMBO through a public RFP process in late 2013. Situated entirely within Brooklyn Bridge Park, One John Street features spectacular bridge and river views from all 42 apartments, full service amenities, an annex for the Brooklyn Children's Museum and retail facing the park. Construction started in Summer 2014 and was completed in Summer 2016. Since completion it was LEED Gold Certified and has won numerous design awards from SARA NY, AIANY COTE, AIA NY State, Architect's Newspaper and the Building Brooklyn Award.

Dumbo Townhouses
FIG 2. — Dumbo Townhouses

At the corner of Pearl and Water Streets, Alloy completed five contemporary four bedroom, three bath townhouses in 2015. The homes were designed to Passive House standards with a high performance building envelope. The project received numerous design awards from SARA, AIA, and Architect’s Newspaper. All townhouses were sold in 2013 prior to construction completion. Acting as the architect, contractor, developer and broker for the project Alloy identified that the townhouse program was missing from the neighborhood. All townhouses were sold in 2013 with occupancy occurring in 2015.

185 Plymouth St.
FIG 3. — 185 Plymouth St.

Alloy converted this former Brillo warehouse into eight large lofts averaging over 3,000 square feet plus two new penthouse apartments. A void was carved into the middle of the existing warehouse to create light, private outdoor space and uniquely landscaped courtyards. Building on the success of 192 Water, the conversion maintains the existing warehouse character while inserting contemporary finished and fixtures throughout. The project sold out in early 2013 and was completed in Spring 2014. In 2015 it won design awards from Architizer, SARANY, and Architect's Newspaper.

192 Water St.
FIG 4. — 192 Water St.

Alloy acquired this one hundred year old historic tea warehouse in 2010 and converted the building into eight expansive lofts averaging 2,450 square feet plus a new, one-story penthouse addition. The lofts feature generous layouts and modern details while maintaining the historic architectural character of the existing building. Construction was completed in under a year and the project sold out in 2012 prior to occupancy.

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168 Plymouth is a special place in the
neighborhood we call home. We’d love to meet.