DUMBO, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is a Brooklyn neighborhood where artists and yuppies collide.
The residential DUMBO apartments are occupied primarily by professionals, aside from a penthouse where Mos Def resides. The warehouse work spaces still host many artists and double as storage spaces for Manhattanites and businesses.
DUMBO borders the East River and extends into Vinegar Hill.learn more about this neighborhood
Rising 36 stories in the heart of Fort Greene, striking glass and metal facade has become an architectural icon set in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Spacious and bright studio, one- and two-bedroom residences offer spectacular city and river views, 9 to 11 foot high ceilings, designer kitchens, oversized closets, luxurious baths, and washers and dryers in every home. is one of the first green rental buildings in Brooklyn and is Silver LEED certified, making it easy to live eco-friendly. Overlooking Fort Greene Park and minutes from 11 subway lines, the Farmer's Market, shops and restaurants on DeKalb Avenue, and is at the center of all that Fort Greene has to offer. 24 Hour Doorman On-site Parking Garage Landscaped Sundeck On-site Valet Service Bike Room 5,000sf Resident's Amenity Space Featuring: Resident's Lounge Fireplace Entertaining Kitchen Library State of the art Fitness Center Yoga Studio Screening Room Washers/Dryers in each Residence R, Q, B, M, A, C, G, 4, 5, 2, 3 Subway Lines.on