Warehouse Chic Still Going Strong in Williamsburg

250 Bedford Avenue

Williamsburg Social at 250 Bedford Avenue          

With sleek, modern design paired with industrial elements, warehouse-chic residential buildings are (still) all the rage in Williamsburg.

A new industrial-chic residential rental building is in the works for Williamsburg–the neighborhood is getting a DJLU designed seven-story, triangular shaped building. The glass, steel, wood, and concrete building at 125 Borinquen Place evokes the modern industrial feel that’s so pervasive in the neighborhood. The haute-rental building will feature an interior courtyard with landscaped grounds, fountain, and glass-enclosed atrium, along with ground floor retail space and 1,133 residences. Developer, Joel Schwartz acquired $47.4 million in construction loans for the project, which will be in good company among the plethora of existing modern industrial residential buildings in Williamsburg.


568 Union Avenue- Located near McCarren Park in the heart of Williamsburg, 568 Union Avenue offers luxe urban living that’s convenient and accessible. The shimmering glass and steel facade–designed by Karl Fischer reflects the sleek, modern luxury of the building and its residences. The 94 apartments feature oversized windows, stylish fixtures, blonde hardwood flooring, and spacious layouts. Contemporary kitchens offer Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances. Spa-inspired bathrooms have oversized mirrors and soaking tubs.     

An impressive amenities package includes an al fresco swimming pool, fitness center, and spacious roof deck.

One-bedrooms at 568 Union Avenue begin at $3,300 per month.


250 North 10th Street- SLCE brings its prolific conceptual design aesthetic to

Williamsburg with this luxe rental building. The facade features lots of glass and multi-tonal brick facade, while the interior common space offers warm, earthy colors and natural materials like wood paneled walls, exposed brick, glass walls and stairwells. The residences have hardwood flooring and high end finishes. The chef’s kitchens feature custom cabinetry, while the bathrooms have elegant vanities and sophisticated fixtures. Amenities at 250 North 10th Street include a full-time doorman, state-of-the-art fitness center and pool, rooftop deck and landscaped courtyard, and an on-site garage.  

Two-bedrooms begin at $5,100 per month.


Williamsburg Social- Located at 250 Bedford Avenue, this grey brick, glass, and steel luxury rental complex epitomizes Williamsburg warehouse-chic. The interior lobby and common spaces offer conceptual design elements for a artistically unique and postmodern aesthetic. The residences feature oversized windows, high ceilings, white oak flooring, and washer/dryers. The eat-in kitchens are equipped with state-of-the-art Sub Zero, Miele, and Liebherr appliances–dishwasher included–oak wood cabinetry, and stone countertops. The marble and tiled baths feature brushed steel fixtures, glass enclosed showers, oversized mirrors, and radiant heated flooring. The luxury amenities package at Williamsburg Social includes a fully attended lobby, landscaped courtyard, furnished rooftop deck, lounge with WiFi access, bike storage, and garage.

One-bedrooms at 250 Bedford Avenue start at $3,250.