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Building: 65 Ainslie Street

65 Ainslie Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11211

46 units5 stories2 buildingsBuilt in 2010

Building Description

Located in the heart of brooklyn’s thriving Williamsburg community, 65 Ainslie sets a new standard for affordable luxury living in New York. Inside the building, beautiful views merge with spacious and airy interior design to create a perfect environment for living, relaxing, & entertaining. Each apartment has a large kitchen fully loaded with sleek, built-in appliances. Each apartment has an IPOD dock, with preinstalled speakers connected , to control volume levels in every room. Most units have at least 1 balcony. The common roofdeck offers awesome views and is a great place to relax.


Building Amenities

  • Cold Storage
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Live-in Super
  • Community Recreation Facilities
  • Virtual Doorman
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck
Location
  • NYC Storm Zone 4

Building Facts

Facts 46 units5 stories2 buildingsBuilt in 2010
Floorplans 21 floorplans available
 
Rentals Listings 6 active rentals ($51 per ft² avg, $4,189 avg price)
231 previous rentals ($47 per ft² avg, $3,927 avg price)
 
Owned by: BAJES CORP
Architect: Karl Fischer Architects
Leasing office tel: 718-705-6969
Sales and marketing: Prime Quarters
Sales start: September 2009
Website: http://www.65ainslie.com/

Units

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Rentals (6)

#512 - 65 Ainslie Street $4,701  No fee
2 beds1 bath
#512 - 65 Ainslie Street $4,700   No fee
2 beds1 bath1,117 ft²
#504 - 65 Ainslie Street $4,395   No fee
2 beds1 bath
#504 - 65 Ainslie Street $4,395   No fee
4 rooms, 2 beds1 bath1,000 ft²
#504 - 65 Ainslie Street $4,395  
2 beds1 bath
#211 - 65 Ainslie Street $2,550   No fee
studio1 bath

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