It's Free to Look: Plenty of Stroller Parking in This Converted Burg Warehouse on the Water

Now that The Times has christened Williamsburg the new Park Slope, the new parents pushing the artsy 20-something types out of the neighborhood will no doubt be looking to balance their urban desires with bizarre, kid-friendly activities like Baby Yoga.

Enter 333 Kent Avenue, a $6 million, 15,000-square-foot, mixed-use waterfront property, complete with a two-car garage, chef’s kitchen, sauna and an adjacent landscaped garden. According to the listing from Prudential Douglas Elliman, the property is an “impeccably designed residential home” with “multiple areas suitable for art galleries, offices, working or retail space” or, we assume, hosting playdates for little Milo and Daisy.

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It's Free to Look: Plenty of Stroller Parking in This Converted Burg Warehouse on the Water