Brooklyn, NY
Nick D'Addario is driven and passionate about finding the best properties for his clients, and can offer unique insight into the history and culture of New York City. Using his research skills and knowledge of the New York City real estate market, he is well positioned to help educate a buyer in today's complex market. Having grown up around the business, Nick previously worked with his family helping to manage their real estate holdings in Fairfield and New Haven Counties in Connecticut. Originally from Fairfield, CT, he attended The George Washington University where he received a BA in History and Political Science. Nick went on to earn his Juris Doctor in Law from Vermont Law School. Nick's understanding of real estate investments and legalities coupled with his staunch service ethic and sharp negotiating skills make him an ideal partner in the search for your next home. A resident of Brooklyn, where he specializes, Nick enjoys skiing and biking in his free time. His other interests include history, political science, and finding great new restaurants to fulfill his passion as a self-professed foodie. Nick also enjoys traveling, and escaping the fast pace to visit his homes in Connecticut, Vermont, and Florida. Nick is also involved in various organizations. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Child and Family Guidance Center of Greater Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT), on The George Washington University NYC Young Alumni Network Committee, and on the Greens Farms Academy Alumni Council.

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Brooklyn, NY —
Exploring Red Hook

Red Hook is my favorite neighborhood in Brooklyn (full disclosure…it is also where me, my fiance & my dog, Bonaparte live). The neighborhood is very unique and artistic. It is not connected directly to the MTA subway system, which gives it an island-like feeling of isolation. However, it is easily accessible via the B61 bus from the 2/3/4/5 subway lines at Borough Hall and the F/G subway lines at Smith-9th Street. Additionally, one can take the IKEA Ferry from Lower Manhattan or utilize one of the dozens of Citi Bike locations in the neighborhood. Once in Red Hook, there are a ton of great restaurants, bars, and other activities. For the perfect day in Red Hook, here is what I’d have you do.

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949 Pacific Street, 2, #2, Brooklyn (Crown Heights), NY

$1,175,000
Don't miss this fabulous opportunity to live in an incredible two-bedroom home in one of Brooklyn's most sought-after neighborhoods. 949 Pacific Street, Apt. #2 is in a three-unit building located on the border of Prospect Heights and Crown Heights. The unit pairs sleek, modern design elements with the warmth and charm of a boutique condominium.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;Apartment:lt;brgt;The floor-through apartment features expansive windows, an open-concept kitchen, top-of-the line appliances, and a fantastic private rooftop terrace with Brooklyn and Manhattan city views.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;Enter the stunning home into the airy kitchen/living area. The spacious chef's kitchen includes sleek white counters amp; cabinetry, natural wood backsplash, and stainless-steel appliances including a Fisher amp; Paykel double door refrigerator, Bosch gas range, and a Blomberg dishwasher. The space is lined with a storage closet and a separate laundry closet including a vented Samsung Washer/Dryer.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;Beautiful porcelain tile flooring with radiant floor heating spans the entire home. The unit also boasts central AC, a tankless water heater, a smart home Nest system and surround sound speakers.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;The sun-drenched open living/dining room is equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, a sliding glass door allowing for more light and fresh air, and a wood wall - a modern take on exposed brick.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;The bathroom and bedrooms are in the rear of the home. The bathroom is complete with heated floors, a large tub, rain shower and wand. Both bedrooms have ample space for a queen-sized bed and feature roomy, double-door closets.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;The luxurious private rooftop terrace waits for your enjoyment. This outdoor area is an ideal space for entertaining guests, grilling, gardening or simply relaxing while taking in the exceptional city views.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;Neighborhood:lt;brgt;949 Pacific Street is located on a tree-lined block on the border of Crown Heights and Prospect Heights. The neighborhood offers the very best of the Brooklyn lifestyle. The home is moments from cultural highlights including: the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Public Library (Central Library), the Brooklyn Children's Museum, and the Bedford Armory. Enjoy leisure activities in Prospect Park which is mere minutes from your front door.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;Delicious and vibrant restaurants and bars (such as: Leland Eating and Drinking House, Olmsted, Cent Anni, Franklin Park, Barbonchino, Chavellas, Chuko, Oxalis, Weather Up and many more) line nearby Vanderbilt Ave, Washington Ave, Franklin Ave, and Flatbush Ave.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;The location allows quick access to the following adjacent neighborhoods: Prospect Heights, Park Slope and Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Further, the A/C/B/Q/2/3 subway lines and shuttle line are just a few blocks away.
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