Salvation Lofts

Urban Living in a Historic Setting

The Salvation Lofts at 10 Quincy Street adds luster to the roster of iconic buildings in Clinton Hill. This architecturally-captivating building, located on a quiet corner in one of Brooklyn’s most picturesque neighborhoods, dates back to New York’s late 19th century Gilded Age. The building’s symmetry is balanced by new windows and doors at ground-level and a completely restored façade from the ground up. A reimagined building offers a graceful balance between old and new.

Designed on a human scale, spanning just four floors, residents can enjoy privacy within generously-sized living spaces and interaction with neighbors in the building’s public spaces.

  • Converted Francis Kimball Warehouse from 1899
  • Landscaped courtyard for all residents to enjoy
  • State-of-the-art Fitness Center
  • Package Room and Virtual Doorman
  • Bicycle Storage with easy first floor access
  • Private Storage for each unit

The core of the structure was opened up to create a courtyard garden, allowing light to flood into all of the residences at all times of day. Original arched windows and high ceilings capture the gracious style of an earlier era.

  • 11’-14’ Ceiling Heights
  • Distinctive Historical Windows
  • Custom-Designed Open Kitchens
  • Views of Brownstones and Tree-lined Streets
  • 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Units, with many Outdoor Spaces on 2nd floor overlooking Courtyard

A true residents’ retreat, the rooftop has been re-imagined as a verdant garden enhanced with many areas to socialize and relax in both common areas and private cabanas.

  • Shady Pergolas
  • Built-in Sunbeds
  • Barbecue kitchen and dining area
  • Various seating arrangements for entertaining guests or quiet reflection
  • 24 Private Cabanas (ranging from 122-162 sq. ft.) available for purchase
  • Dynamic city views of Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines

The Building

A Clinton Hill Gem

In 1899, Frederick Loeser & Co., Brooklyn’s most prestigious department store, invited leading architect Francis Kimball to design a new warehouse and livery stables to serve its carriage trade. After recent decades as a beloved Salvation Army store, the stellar structure has been preserved and transformed into 46 coveted residences. Architecturally significant with awe-inspiring proportions, 10 Quincy’s design celebrates 21st century lifestyle while respecting its vernacular – modern but with a patina of time.

Described as architect Francis Kimball’s “Clinton Hill Gem”, 10 Quincy Salvation Lofts is a beautiful and unusual building that combines the American Romanesque Revival factory style with Venetian Gothic ornamentation. The facade remains intact with the interior sensitively revitalized to modern standards.


Welcoming Spaces

Smoothly connecting services and amenities in a social atmosphere.

  • Part-time lobby coverage with Virtual Doorman
  • Custom, sculptural marble reception desk and millwork
  • Easy access to fitness center, courtyard and residents’ lounge


A Signature Lifestyle

A practical and pleasing mix of urban amenities in a light-filled landscape.

  • Residents’ kitchenette for entertaining guests
  • Window wall with garden view of courtyard
  • Comfortable seating area with custom millwork feature wall

The Residences

Modern Luxury Meets Historic Charm

The homes in this landmark loft-warehouse offer function and space while integrating modern comforts with the exacting standards of architectural preservation. Layouts range from well-appointed one- and two -bedroom residences to prized three bedroom, two-and-a-half bath homes, some with vast terraces and parking spaces.

Living Spaces

Contemporary Living with Historic Ambiance

A diverse choice of easy-flowing, open layouts provide the perfect home for everyone.

  • Wide-plank oak floors that echo the building’s historic past
  • Views of brownstones and tree-lined streets
  • Ample Closets in all bedrooms and 11’-14’ high ceilings in every unit


A Space to Inspire Culinary Delights

Convenience is key in well-planned layouts with eye-appeal.

  • Custom floor-to-ceiling Grigio Anthracite Cabinetry
  • Tundra Gray Quartzite Countertops and Backsplash
  • Fluted Glass Doors nod to the Industrial History of the Building
  • Quality Appliances includes Custom-paneled Fisher & Paykel Fridge, Bosch Dishwasher, Cooktop and Oven, and LG Washer/Dryers


Cool & Calm Comfort Zones

Luxurious yet functional design adapted to each residence.

  • Matte Blackened Steel fixtures
  • Floors & Walls of Nordic Stone Tile and Marble
  • Soaking Tubs in Select Units, Showers with Frameless Glass Partitions
  • Custom Vanities with Undermount Sinks & Caesarstone Countertops

The Neighborhood

A Serene Retreat in a Historic Setting

Clinton Hill’s elegance and charm form the ideal setting for a vibrant city lifestyle. The leafy neighborhood is defined by parks and playgrounds amongst brownstones and grand mansions on tree-lined cobblestone streets and wide avenues.

Pratt Institute and a cluster of colleges add a dynamic youthful vibe to this historic Brooklyn oasis. Small boutiques and a diverse, award-winning dining scene complement the culturally-rich environment, making Clinton Hill a welcoming place to live creatively, raise a family and pursue a career.

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