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|information:Bedroom 3 (downstairs) with private bath: 6 months min - Utilities & WiFi fee of $75|
|information:Bedroom 1 (upstairs left): 6 months min - Utilities & WiFi fee of $75|
|information:Bedroom 2 (upstairs right): 6 months min - Utilities & WiFi fee of $75|
Live like a local in New York City when you rent a room at this shared 3 bedroom/2.5 bath duplex apartment located near Eldert Street & Knickerbocker Avenue in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. This shared duplex apartment is located on the 3rd and 4th floors of a walk-up building. This co-living building concept fosters community and connection among the residents of the building. A resident curator organizes building events and can assist with local recommendations and getting you settled into your new place.
Renting a furnished room in a shared apartment is a great way to get acquainted with a neighborhood while also sticking to a budget. This hip and stylish apartment mixes retro and contemporary decor to create a unique living space that feels like home, complete with indoor plants and wall decor. The open duplex design makes the apartment roomy and light. You’ll find a shared common area with a dining table to enjoy meals at near the open staircase connecting both floors of the duplex. Upstairs there’s a swing seat adding a bit of whimsy to the space. The shared open kitchen has a retro-style refrigerator and colorful cabinets, along with a fun chalkboard wall. Each private bedroom offers a full size bed with luxurious mattress to drift off to sleep on. Two full shared bathrooms add convenience, one with tub/shower and the other with a shower. Plus there’ s an additional shared half bath as well. Laundry facilities are located in the building and there is a shared garden area in the back of the building with seating.
This co-living building offers high-tech electronics like Google Home, Nest eco-thermostats, and a smartphone intercom. You’ll have access to a landscaped communal backyard where you can enjoy a fire pit with the other residents along with some fresh air, and a rooftop with distant views of the Manhattan skyline. Get to know Bushwick, a neighborhood located in the northern section of Brooklyn that is popular among millennials, artists and professionals. Head to Houdini Kitchen Laboratory to test out their delicious wood-fired pizza in an industrial loft-style setting. Have drinks with your roommates at The Deep End where you can catch a live performance or join in on karaoke night (both .4mi/.64km away).
Subway access can be found at Halsey Street / Wyckoff Avenue: (L line).