A Unique Building
an Industrial Past
In the late 19th century the building was owned and operated by the Borden Dairy Company, serving as a distribution facility, carriage house, and stables for the horses that delivered bottles of milk to the neighborhood.
Many residences still retain the oversized industrial window openings that gave the original building its character.
Inspired by the vibrant energy and connected spirit of the surrounding East Williamsburg neighborhood, shared spaces at Milk Factory have been thoughtfully designed to emphasize community.
Lobby lounge with exposed original wood ceiling joists, decorative concrete walls and floors, and recessed glass fireplace.
Virtual doorman system to ensure privacy and security
Package room for your everyday deliveries
Tranquil central courtyard featuring a hand-painted mural commissioned by a local artist, custom milled wood decking and seating, and a lush variety of native plants & flowers.
Off-street community bike storage located in the lower level of the building
Double-height second floor communal terrace overlooking the central courtyard.
Spacious third floor communal terrace, protected overhead from the elements and offering views of Manhattan – perfect for entertaining guests or simply unwinding on a comfortable lounger.
Elite-class ﬁtness center with ﬂoor-to-ceiling windows, mirrored wall studio space, and rubberized ﬂooring. State-of-the-art equipment includes: