Smith Street, which begins at Atlantic Avenue and runs south to Hamilton Avenue, has become the new, trendy area of Brooklyn, recently dubbed by New York Magazine dubbed as “the most innovative, exciting restaurant row” in the city. At the same time, the Boerum Hill section of Atlantic Avenue has become an antique buyers oasis.Warren
In the late 1960’s, the area had fallen to hard times, with many buildings slated for destruction. Residents banded together to resurrect the area and it was at this time that the neighborhood was officially renamed Boerum Hill.
The surrounding vibe of the neighborhood led to a mid 20th century inspired interior design that is “Retro” in its approach, with elements inspired by this style.
The interior design encompasses a lobby, public corridors, and apartment interiors for all fourteen units, including bathrooms, kitchens and finishes, incorporating walnut cabinets with inset doors, caesarstone countertops, cherry wood floors, and glass tile accents in the bathrooms.