Condo pick of the week

This downtown Brooklyn condo has a massive wraparound terrace

The sizable outdoor space at 150 Myrtle Ave., #601, is ideal for personal lounging or entertaining. Corcoran Group

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It’s summer so we’re focused on private outdoor space here at Brick, and this downtown Brooklyn condo has it in spades—more than 1,330 square feet of it, along with a fire pit and views of the East River, Williamsburg Bridge, and Midtown.

The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment is in the gold LEED-certified Toren building at 150 Myrtle Ave., completed in 2009, and its interior space is nearly as large as its outdoor footprint. The listing price is $2,100,000.

This bright corner apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, custom lighting, built-in bookshelves, and high-speed wiring.

The modern kitchen opens to the living room and has smart appliances, wine storage, a Bosch washer/dryer, and access to the terrace.

The two bedrooms are in a split layout, and the master bedroom includes a double sink en suite bath.

The condo also has surround sound for the terrace, and a Nest thermostat and smoke detectors.

The pet-friendly building’s amenities include a heated pool, his and her saunas, a yoga studio, library, bike room, garden, and a fitness center with Peloton bikes and classes. It’s located across the street from CityPoint, which has Dekalb Food Market, Trader Joe’s, Target, and an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

Nine train lines are within a four-block walk. Monthly taxes are $31 and abated until 2035. Common charges are $1,274 a month.