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|Dec 01 2019||open||2||
|information:1 year minimum: Utilities & WiFi fee of $125 for 1 person, $150 for 2 people|
Live in the vibrant Bushwick section of Brooklyn at this 1 bedroom apartment located near Saint Nicholas Avenue & Harman Street. The apartment is on the 4th floor (3rd floor European) in a co-living building where you can find a sense of community and connection among the residents — perfect for someone new to NYC! The building combines state-of-the-art electronics and style and has a resident curator who organizes building events, gives local recommendations and can get you settled in your new place. Laundry facilities are located in the building.
Enjoy a view over the treetops from the living room of this stylish furnished 1 bedroom apartment where a wall of windows provides natural sunlight to brighten your day. There’s a dining table for four where you can sit down to a meal with friends and an open kitchen area fully equipped for all your cooking needs. The kitchen is styled with colorful cabinetry, wrap-around shelving, and a retro-style refrigerator. In the bedroom you have the luxury of floor-to-ceiling windows so you can enjoy the view over the Brooklyn rooftops from your double bed fitted with a luxurious mattress. The bathroom is designed with subway-style tiles and a shower to de-stress your day.
This co-living building offers high-tech electronics like Google Home, Nest eco-thermostats, and a smartphone intercom. Soak up the sun outdoors in the multi-level communal backyard area complete with bocce ball area, outdoor seating and a planted perimeter with greenery. Head to the building’s rooftop for a bird’s eye view of the neighborhood. Bushwick has a variety of nightlife options including nearby favorites like Old Stanley’s Bar (226 Wyckoff Ave) for a classic spot to grab a drink or Milo’s Yard (564 Seneca Ave) for craft beers and vintage pinball machines. Just a few doors down from there you can catch the latest live music at The Footlight Bar (465 Seneca Ave).
Subway access can be found at Halsey Street/ Wyckoff Avenue: (L line).