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The Stagg II in Williamsburg: Review and Ratings | CityRealty

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

52 Ten Eyck Street is one of two buildings designed by Robert Scarano for Isaac Schwartz in Williamsburg, Brookyn.

It is known as The Stagg II and it is a mid-block building between Lorimar and Leonard streets.

The four-story building has 8 condominium apartments and it was built in 2004.

The other building Mr. Scarano designed for Mr. Schwartz is around the corner at 69 Stagg Street.  It is a mid-block building and is known as The Stagg I.  It is similar in design to The Stagg II except that it is spread over three building lots.

Mr. Scarano also designed a third building on the same block at 78 Ten Eyck Street for Lipe Gross.  It is on the south corner of Leonard Street.  The lower floors of this building at similar to those at The Stagg I and The Stagg II but its top is much different with a mansard treatment.

Bottom Line

An asymmetrical and modern, small mid-block residential building with customary flair by Robert Scarano in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 

Description

The red-brick building has a tall cast-iron fence in front of it and its top three floors are very tall.  The second floor has flowerboxes and the third floor has attractive rail balconies.

The western end of the building’s frontage is set back a bit to align with the neighboring wide building that has a dark façade.

Amenities

The building permits pets.

Apartments

Apartment 4B is a three-bedroom, triplex unit with a 24-foot-long living room with an 8-foot-wide open kitchen with an island and a 19-foot-wide terrace and a 13-foot-long bedroom with a Juliet balcony on the lower level, a 29-foot-long master bedroom and a 13-foot-long bedroom with a Juliet balcony on the upper level and a 13-foot-wide roof level with a 14-foot-wide terrace on the roof.

Apartment 3A two-bedroom unit with a double-height living room with a balcony and an open kitchen and a stairway to a sleeping mezzanine.

Apartment 3B is a two-bedroom unit with a double-height, 16-foot-wide living room with a Juliet balcony and an open kitchen with an island and a staircase to a mezzanine with a 16-foot-wide bedroom and a 23-foot-long roof deck.

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