Bushwick Church Conversion
Housed in a 19th-century church, the Bushwick Church Conversion lets its historic details shine through. The entire red-brick building was completely gutted and turned into a series of Brooklyn lofts — all highlighting the structure's evangelic architecture. This one, in particular, sits below the cathedral roof. Spread over three stories, the space features two bedrooms with new oak floors and antique arched windows, while an intricate mosaic and gold ceiling is on display for the living area and master bedroom.