Bright 1 bedroom! Apartment also features an in-unit washer/dryer, walk-in-closet, wood floors throughout and a distinctive open L-shaped gourmet kitchen with blue-grey lacquered cabinets, stainless steel appliances, caesarstone countertops, and eating bar.
Powerful, yet elegant, Clermont captures Brooklyn?s industrial era aesthetic, sitting where Fort Greene and Clinton Hill meet. Every aspect of the building has a reason to exist, a specific purpose to fulfill. It has real homes, curated amenities, and is centrally located.
Clermont?s amenities integrate indoor and outdoor life. They provide comfort and convenience within stylish settings with furnishings and finishes that embrace the gritty glamour of Brooklyn at its best.
Clermont encompasses 12 stories of homes including studios, one bedrooms, and two bedrooms. The residences are spacious with ceiling heights up to 11 feet, that beam with an abundance of natural light.
At the center of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, Clermont benefits from its close proximity to a diverse array of dining options, shopping, arts and culture, and nightlife.
- 24-hour concierge
- Roof top terrace and lounge featuring outdoor movie screen, grilling stations, dining areas, catering kitchen, bocce court, and game tables
- On-site Resident Chef
- Landscaped courtyard featuring custom mural
- Library lounge
- Indoor/outdoor children?s playroom
- Indoor/outdoor fitness center
- Yoga studio
- Pet spa
- Private resident storage
- Bicycle storage
- Onsite parking
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Snug between Fort Greene and Bed-Stuy, Clinton Hill is a
neighborhood full of young professionals and students. Home to the
Pratt Institute, this neighborhood has a lively nightlife that
makes it popular with young folks.
Clinton Hill was founded by Dutch settlers in the 1640's. The
Dutch used the area as tobacco fields, even after the Revolutionary
War. The area wasn't developed as a residential neighborhood until
the 1830's, when it quickly became a popular neighborhood.
After the Civil War, row houses were built in the neighborhood
and became the majority of homes in the area. The Pratt institute
was developed in 1887, making the area very popular with young
By the 1900's, the area became so popular that several mansions,
leftover from the previous century, were demolished to make way for
apartment complexes. The Pratt Institute helped the area avoid
issues other Brooklyn neighborhoods were facing during the
Clinton Hill Apartments, 11238 Apartments
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $4,011. This is a luxury doorman / elevator building. The building also boasts a fitness center to help residents stay in great shape. Everything is still in great condition as the building only recently completed construction. The unit interior features hardwood floors. Both cats and dogs are allowed, but as always, double check with the manager about any specific pet concerns you may have. The kitchen conveniently includes a dishwasher.
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