In a previous life, this hundred-year-old building was one of the many factories found across Brooklyn – but it's now home to some seriously stylish apartments. This two-bedroom home still retains several features that echo its past, such as the wooden ceiling beams and exposed brick walls. However, there are also plenty of modern comforts to keep you feeling fine during your trip to New York, from the sleek kitchen to the polished wooden floors. If you're traveling for business, you'll be glad to find a desk where you can catch up on emails and high-speed wi-fi to keep you connected.
There are even views across to Manhattan from the master bedroom, and chic details like a spiral staircase and patterned rug. The surrounding area is just as trendy, with several independent Brooklyn bars and restaurants just a five-minute walk away and the farmers market at McGlorick Park every Su ...