Alloy Development announced today that 168 Plymouth, the final two historic factories-to-loft conversions in DUMBO, is over 75-percent sold and has reached completion of construction. Move-ins started at the residential development last Fall, which features 46 homes in four distinct designs, including brick & timber lofts, daylight factory lofts, townhouses, and contemporary penthouses.
Developed and designed by long-time DUMBO-native firm, the project marks Alloy’s fifth completed project in the neighborhood. The successful sales seen at the last historic conversion project in the neighborhood is testimony to the enduring appeal of Dumbo’s unique offer.
Composed of two structures and two contemporary additions, 168 Plymouth combines the best elements of historical renovation and modern design. The Brick and Timber building, completed in 1891, and the adjacent Daylight Factory Building, built 30 years later in 1921, have distinctly different architectural styles and were part of the Masury & Sons Paintworks manufacturing campus at the heart of Brooklyn’s industrial era.