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|Jun 01 2020||open||2||
|information:1 to 2 months rentals - Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
|information:3 to 5 months rentals - Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
|information:6 months + rentals - Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
Experience Brooklyn like a local at this 1 bedroom furnished apartment located on the 2nd floor (1st for Europeans) of a 4 story walk-up building with secured entry near Saint Nicholas Avenue & Himrod Street in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. The building fosters a community spirit and includes a resident lounge, a rooftop with Manhattan views and a fire pit in the communal backyard. There’s even a resident coordinator that organizes building events and can help get you settled in and give advice on local hotspots.
This furnished 1 bedroom New York apartment incorporates state-of-the-art electronics and conveniences like smartphone intercom and central air while maintaining classic building features including exposed brick walls and high ceilings. The living room is designed with a feeling of “home” with a blue couch adding a burst of color and an exposed brick wall adding to the charm. The open kitchen has a retro design with wood shelving and Italian appliances including gas stove and retro fridge. It comes fully equipped with everything you need for meal preparations. With all the dining options around you’ll still love the option of cooking at home when you have this cool kitchen. The bedroom has full size bed with a luxurious mattress to drift off to sleep on while the bathroom offers a glass enclosed shower with rainfall shower head for a bit of spa bliss.
Bushwick is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Brooklyn sharing a border with Ridgewood, Queens. This trendy NYC neighborhood on the rise is popular among millennials, artists and professionals and offers a variety of local shops and eateries. You can find everything here from Michelin-starred restaurants to the array of street food that NYC is famous for. Within a block of the apartment you’ll find Sicily’s Best Pizza if you feel like grabbing a slice, quirky coffeehouse Cypress Inn Cafe for a quick bite or just to linger over coffee, and Catania Bakery for fresh baked breads and delectable desserts to bring home.
The closest subway access can be found at DeKalb Avenue/Wyckoff Avenue: (L line) and Seneca Avenue/Palmetto Street: (M line).