Brooklyn’s Emerging Skyline Appears in this Kingsview Coop’s Windows

kingsview coop window

She lived in unit 10a since 1976 and witnessed Downtown Brooklyn’s transformation from her window.

Her coop apartment, perched high atop 105 Ashland Place, came with its magnificent west facing views that would later be the envy of all her guests.

But who could blame them.

Her coop suite had an exclusive feel each day at sunset, which few in Kingsview Homes could offer its residents.

Now it’s your turn to own that sunset when you make this coop apartment your new home.

Living in this Kingsview Coop

The 8 foot high ceilings, oak wood floors and wall length windows off the Living room and Dining room lend to the exclusive feel mentioned.

And with the galley prep style kitchen just off the dining room, romantic dinners with the curtains opened invites the Brooklyn skyline to entertain you and the one who has your heart that evening.

The bedroom has North and West facing window views with a bonus cross breeze, in addition to a wall length closet big enough for 2.

But it’s the 4 closets available in unit 10A that’s uncommon for a 1 bedroom coop apartment. Storage like this is usually found in 2 and 3 bedroom apartment.

unit 10A at 105 Ashland Place

This 15 story building has 2 elevators serving odd and even floors separately, a laundry room at lobby level and its entrance faces the development’s courtyard.

Guests pass through the Ashland Place gate entrance where they meet security on duty before being allowed on Kingsview Homes grounds.

You enjoy an extra measure of privacy since quests must ring your unit from the building lobby to gain entrance into your building’s lobby.

And a hidden gem in the development is the Children Playground exclusive to Kingsview Homes residents to enjoy.

Find out what other amenities and features are available at this coop while viewing its photos and floor plan by clicking the button below

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