A stunning corner triplex loft housed in what was formerly the Brooklyn City Railroad Company, circa 1861. Located at the intersection of DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights, this magical oasis has seven 9’ windows facing both north and west, with unobstructed views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Fulton Ferry Landing at Pier 1. From sunrise to sunset, the light creates an ever changing canvas. The 12’ 8” beamed ceilings on the main level give great flexibility to this nearly virgin loft. With three walls of exposed brick, the large living area has ample space for distinct living, dining and entertaining. Additionally, the flexible floorplan allows for both kitchen and bathroom expansion. Upstairs is the open mezzanine bedroom, closet and storage alcove. The downstairs is connected by a comfortable spiral staircase which leads to a finished windowed rec room. Finally, adjacent is an extra large storage room, accessed through the building’s common hallway. Known for it’s famous red door, 8 Old Fulton Street is a landmarked Pre Civil War boutique coop with 10 units . Though the address is technically Brooklyn Heights, the feeling is all DUMBO. Located among DUMBO’s finest-- River Cafe, Empire Stores, St. Anne’s Warehouse, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cecconi's, One Hotel…prime NYC, both old and new. Close to multiple subways and the increasingly versatile water taxi. Experience loft living at it’s best.