Ah, the powerful allure of a 2-bedroom apartment in a hot section of Bed-Stuy near Crown Heights! More than 70 StreetEasy shoppers have made this rental listing one of their favorites at under $2,000 a month. It helps significantly that this renovated unit is sharable, and close to the LIRR and the A and C subway lines. Better call listing agent Joshua Dietz of Myspace for info.
Feel like a grownup in this renovated 1-bedroom that positively gleams. The building puts you in a prime spot near the 2, 3, 4, 5, A and C trains, and offers great access to local bars, restaurants, and shopping. Listing agent Gary Frenkel of Evergreen Apartments says the building has a live-in superintendent and a common access rooftop deck.
Double good news about this listing: It’s in Ditmas Park, a neighborhood definitely worth investigating, and it’s a sunny 1-bedroom that runs 600 square feet. The listing photo here may not be the apartment now available, since several units in the building have been available. Ask listing agent Kyle Lewis at EXR about that.
StreetEasy shoppers like this vibe of this studio in a small rental building in Bushwick. The sleeping loft and hangout area up top add another dimension. Plus the location is good: close to Alphaville, Fresh City Market, Maria Hernandez Park, and El Kucho Restaurant. Subway stops are the L at DeKalb Avenue and the M at Knickerbocker. Rose Fitzgerald of Myspace is the leasing agent.
When they talk about the incredible stock of brownstones as being the hallmark of Bed-Stuy, this is what they’re talking about. This parlor-level studio is undergoing what looks like an impressive remodel that accentuates the grand, original details, but updates appliances and finishes for modern living. Mendel Lipsker of Urban Pads is the listing agent.
It’s not often you see an apartment listing that looks like a real home, but there’s something super inviting about this cozy 1-bedroom. It’s located in a 4-story building with 79 other units, and is very close to Prospect Park. You would be taking over the current tenant’s lease, and while there’s no broker’s fee, there are credit score and income requirements. You can contact the current occupants here.
This is by no means a colossal apartment, but the clean lines, new wood floors and the new, nifty kitchen tucked in the back make this ground-floor studio inviting. The location between Nostrand and Bedford is also good, plus there’s a laundry room in the townhouse building. Listing from Shloma Hecht of Citi Habitats.
Shoppers are intrigued by this studio apartment located in a brand-new rental building. The building itself offers a gym, central air, laundry and roof deck with city views. Michelle McConnell of Cyberapts is the leasing agent. There are good train options, too, with the J and M nearby.