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|information:6 months minimum. Utilities and wi-fi $125 / month|
Live the Brooklyn life when you rent this 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment located on the 2nd floor (1st floor European) of a classic townhouse building near Greene Avenue & Knickerbocker Avenue in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. This co-living building fosters community and connection among its residents with a resident curator that organizes building events and can assist with local recommendations and getting you settled into your new place.
This furnished 1 bedroom apartment gives you the feeling of being surrounded by nature in the city. Designed in natural tones with wood accents, greenery and a view of the tree-lined block, you’ll feel connected to the outdoors and never feel boxed in here. The living room is warm and inviting with wood floors, wooden furnishings including coffee table and side table and a tan colored couch to relax on. Indoor greenery adds a homey feeling to the space. The kitchen has a sleek white tiled wall, long wooden shelves and cabinets in a toned down gray color. It is fully equipped for all your cooking needs including a stainless steel stove/oven and a retro refrigerator. The serene bedroom offers a full size bed with luxurious mattress to drift off to sleep on and a cozy nook by the window where you can enjoy views of the tree-lined street with a cup of coffee or your favorite book. The bathroom is fitted with a shower, sink and toilet.
This co-living building offers high-tech electronics like Google Home, Nest eco-thermostats, and a smartphone intercom. You’ll be eager to return home and mingle with other residents in the landscaped communal backyard where you can enjoy a fire pit and some fresh air. Or head to the rooftop for a bird’s eye view of Brooklyn. Get to know Bushwick, a neighborhood located in the northern section of Brooklyn that is popular among millennials, artists, students and professionals for its hip entertainment spots and a plethora of restaurants. Head around the corner to late-night pub The Boobie Trap for drinks close to home or stop by the tiny cafe Milk & Pull (.2mi/.32km away) for your morning espresso. If vintage thrift shopping is your thing, L Train Vintage (.4mi/.64km away) has unique secondhand items to sift through and find a treasure.
Subway access can be found at Knickerbocker Avenue /Myrtle Avenue: (M line).