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|information:3 to 5 months lease. Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
|information:12+ months lease. Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
|information:6 to 11 months lease. Utilities & wi-fi fee of $150 for 1 person, $175 for 2 people|
Experience living in a furnished apartment “community” at this small Brooklyn townhouse building where residents are encouraged to meet and mingle in the building common spaces like the communal garden and rooftop. This 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment is located near Weirfield Street & Irving Avenue in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn.
The decor of this furnished rental mixes old and new with classic remnants like exposed brick walls and retro appliances along with contemporary decor and funky lighting. The living room invites you to relax on the plush blue sofa that sits against a painted white brick wall. Off of the living room you’ll have access to a balcony where you can enjoy your morning coffee along with some sun. The vintage-inspired kitchen has colorful blue cabinets and is equipped for all your culinary adventures with Italian SMEG appliances, gas stove, and retro fridge. In the bedroom you’ll find a full size bed with luxurious mattress resting against a painted brick accent wall and funky lighting that makes the space unique. The bathroom offers a glass enclosed rainfall shower/tub combo and colorful vanity.
This co-living building offers high-tech electronics like Google Home, Nest eco-thermostats, and a smartphone intercom. Bask in the sun in the communal back garden area where you can enjoy outdoor seating, a BBQ grill and a fire pit as you mingle with other building residents. There’s also a rooftop space to gather and enjoy the view. A resident curator can offer suggestions on hotspots to discover in Bushwick. You’ll find a mix of hipsters and artists in this neighborhood with its thriving arts and entertainment scene. For your grocery needs, head down Wyckoff Avenue to Food Bazaar Supermarket (.4mi/.64km away). Dining options in the area include Industry 1332, just a block away at 1332 Halsey Street offering Latin tapas and drinks and Houdini Kitchen Laboratory (.4mi/.64km away) offering gourmet wood-fired pizza pies and appetizers in an industrial atmosphere.
Subway access can be found at Halsey Street / Wyckoff Avenue: (L line) and Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues: (L/M line).