‘Mad Men’-inspired Brooklyn apartment asks less than $1M

Hospitality publicist Neil Alumkal, founder and president of Stuntman PR, and his wife, writer Jamie Beckman, became known for hosting elaborate “Mad Men” parties in their midcentury-esque Williamsburg pad, especially during the series’ heyday from 2007 to 2015.

Now their 810-square-foot apartment and its rooftop cabana, just blocks from the Bedford Avenue L train stop and McCarren Park, is on the market for $985,000. (He bought it for $675,000 in 2009, when he launched Stuntman as a start-up in Williamsburg.)

"Mad Men" fanatics PR guru Neil Alumkal and his wife, writer Jamie Beckman.
PR guru Neil Alumkal and his wife, writer Jamie Beckman, threw elaborate themed viewing parties during the run of the popular series.Imogen Brown

The building, which opened in 2007 and sports a Bauhaus-style facade, is at 125 N. 10th St.

The condo itself is filled with midcentury furniture, Alumkal says, including “Cherner chairs and Noguchi- and Saarinen-inspired pieces.”

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit has 10-foot ceilings and Brazilian Ipe hardwood floors — and comes with a private roof deck with a Weber gas grill, a gas line and views of the Williamsburg Bridge.

There’s also a chef’s kitchen, a washer/dryer and a spa-like bathroom with a six-foot soaking tub, a double sink and a Toto toilet.

Building amenities include a wellness floor with a gym, a yoga studio and a children’s playroom along with a media room, a billiards room, a courtyard, a sculpture garden, a common roof deck and cold storage for deliveries.

The listing broker is Win Brown, of Core.

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