Aperture 538 is the finest boutique condominium to come to Clinton Hill to date, designed by renowned architect Luca Andrisani. Open floor plans and beautifully appointed kitchens and baths perfectly complement the living space in this dramatic, elevator building. Aperture 538 takes cues from the well-loved historic neighborhood and brownstones that surround it. The exterior, an abstract interpretation of the Brooklyn Bridge, is adorned with an operable copper screen covering the faade – an ode to an icon in the borough it calls home. Movable shutters in front of windows and balconies allow residents to take in the beautiful tree-lined streets surrounding them. Building amenities include a virtual doorman with package reception, bicycle storage, common roofdeck, and private storage. Whether gazing out at the neighborhood or simply enjoying the outdoors, your private yard, balcony or rooftop terrace is a lovely place to escape within the comfort of your own home. Entertaining is effortless in these modern kitchens which feature Cervaiole marble slab countertops, Glassos crystal white tile backsplashes, custom paneled Liebherr refrigerators, Bosch stainless steel cooktops and ovens, Bosch dishwashers, Bosch or Sharpe stainless steel microwaves, and Houzer undermount stainless steel sinks with Hansgrohe faucets. Thoughtful design is consistent throughout the master and guest bathrooms. Bathrooms boast Bamboo white Carrara and Glassos crystal white wall tile, Wenge wood veneer vanity, White Carrara honed floor tile, Hydro systems bathtub, Hansgrohe polished chrome faucets, Wetstyle and Vanico sinks, and Toto and Duravit toilets. Additional apartment features include white oak hardwood floors, recessed lighting, bountiful natural light from oversized windows, generous closet space, and washer/dryer hook-ups. Clinton Hill is an ideal neighborhood to call home with tree lined streets and close proximity to parks and emerging shops and restaurants. Aperture 538 is surrounded by cafes and nightlife such as Locanda Vini e Olii, Sisters, Belli Osteria, and educational and cultural institutions such as Pratt University, the Brooklyn Museum, BAM, as well as Fort Greene and Prospect Parks. Convenient public transportation is easily accessible via the C and G subway lines.