About 940 Fulton Street
In the heart of Clinton Hill, 940 Fulton is a 4-story building containing 12 homes. Originally built in 1930, the building was renovated in 2011, establishing a perfect harmony of old and new. Original detailing is still very much prevalent, especially in the restored brownstone facade. Offering a range of studio, one-, two-, and three- bedroom layouts, this building is truly one-of-a-kind.
Each home boasts high ceilings, exposed brick walls, as well as many other original finishes, 12-inch wide plank pine flooring, reclaimed wooden beams/columns, and a decorative brick fireplace. In the chef's kitchen, there is a breakfast bar, stainless steel Bosch appliances, distressed custom-made cabinetry, reclaimed wood joist shelving, and quartz countertops. The bathrooms maintain period decor, such as penny-tile flooring, crackled wall subway tile, a porcelain pedestal sink with bronze hardware, and a large soaking tub. Other luxuries of these homes include split zone A/C, a washer/dryer hookup area, plentiful closet space, and video intercom systems.
Residents will have easy access to the neighborhood's hottest places to eat and drink, such as Hill Cafe, Belli Osteria, Three Letters, Fulton Grand Bar, Ramagi, and Doris. Located just a half block away from the entrance to the C train, residents can get to Manhattan in just 10 minutes.