"New condos between abandoned warehouses"
Dunham Place is a abandoned factory looking street near the water in South Williamsburg. It's one of those developed streets that isn't really taking off and I can imagine why. There are a couple of brand spanking new buildings on Dunham that are made for half luxury condos for sale and half luxury condos for low income rent. People that pay a lot of money are living with people who don't pay more than $700 / month. And, I can't imagine the high paying residents are all that happy about that. I also can't imagine that they're all that happy about living a pretty hefty hike away from any sort of bar, restaurant, deli, etc. There's nothing out here. It's kind of close to the water taxi to Manhattan but that only runs during the summer. And, it's definitely a hike to the train. If you only had to pay $700 / month, you can shove those complaints. But, I would never pay what they're asking to live on this street. I don't care how nice those condos are. It's outrageous to pay that kind of money to live in the middle of nowhere on what used to be a toxic waste area. And, the surrounding abandoned factories are cool during the day. But, at night, they're pretty scary. And, no one is around in this area so it's like you're just asking to get mugged. Unless you fall under the low income category, don't live on this street.