The Toy Factory Lofts Condominium: An Affordable Luxury Condo in the Heart of Downtown Brooklyn.
Located at 176 Johnson Street in the vibrantly active neighborhood of Downtown Brooklyn
At last, Luxury meets Affordability in Brooklyn’s most innovative condo, The Toy Factory Lofts. Located at 176 Johnson Street in the rising star neighborhood of Downtown Brooklyn, here is a condominium that successfully combines the highest standards of design with convenience, comfort and value.
With great open spaces, high ceilings, wall-to-wall windows, hardwood floors and a wealth of exceptional amenities, The Toy Factory Lofts offer unparalleled opportunities for living and investing in Brooklyn.
This unique condo brings in beautiful natural light and is accessible to public transportation, the BQE, the Manhattan Bridge and major business districts in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
History: The Toy Factory Lofts Condominium: Framed in History, Developed for Today’s Discriminating Tastes.
The Toy Factory Lofts are located in the building that was once home to Tudor Metal Products, where the popular Depression-era toy Budget Bank was invented by Elmer Sas in 1929. Two decades later, this is where Elmer’s son Norman created Electric Football, one of the country’s most beloved post World War II games. From the 1950’s through the 1980’s, Electric Football became more sophisticated and lifelike. In 1958, Electric Football introduced its first 3D plastic players and in the 1960’s, Tudor became an official NFL licensee. But by the late 1980’s, video games replaced the hands-on board and the company was purchased by Miggle Toys.
This sturdy brick building that housed the old toy factory has been home to generations of entrepreneurial triumphs. Now in its next life, award-winning Scarano & Associates Architects has transformed it into 56 loft units with details that are well thought-out, stylish and intelligent.