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- Luxurious 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom layout.
- Brand new unit with top-of-the-line finishes.
- Contemporary hardwood flooring throughout.
- Elevated ceilings enhance the spaciousness.
- Fully equipped kitchen boasting stainless steel appliances.
- Large windows ensure the apartment is drenched in natural light.
- Added security with video intercom and virtual doorman.
- Situated in a brand-new building exuding modern charm.
- Convenient in-building laundry facilities.
- Enjoy the tranquillity and vibrancy of the prime East Williamsburg location.
- East Williamsburg, Brooklyn - Graham Ave & Seigel St.
- Nestled among highly-rated bars like Sleepwalk, Party House Bar and Lounge, Silver Light Tavern, and Otis.
- Savor delectable dishes at nearby restaurants such as Casa Ora, Cafe Camellia, and Compass Cafe.
- A hotspot for music enthusiasts and night owls, thanks to the plethora of music and nightlife venues in the vicinity.
- Available ASAP!
- First and last month's rent + $20 app fee for each applicant.
- Solid income & credit required. Guarantors are welcome, and the landlord works with the third-party guarantor company Guarantors.com.
- Absolutely NO FEE!
- Strategically close to the J/M line at Lorimer Street and the L at Montrose Street, ensuring swift and easy travels.
P.S. Also showing units in Crown Heights, Bedstuy, Ridgewood, and Williamsburg.
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Famous outside of NYC, Williamsburg is a rapidly growing neighborhood known for a large population of young artists, indie rockers, hipsters and a diverse community. Surrounded by Greenpoint, Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill, and Navy Yard, Williamsburg is a bustling neighborhood with a lot to offer.
Originally it's own village, Williamsburg has had a long history as a home for Manhattanites seeking a less-expensive refuge across the river. Because of the convenience of the village, the population grew fast. It became the Town of Williamsburg in 1840, and evolved again into the City of Williamsburg in 1855. However, Williamsburg was soon incorporated into Brooklyn that same year.
Once Brooklyn became part of New York City in 1898, more transportation options were added, making Williamsburg very popular, especially among immigrant populations. Post-WWII, it became home to many Hasidic Jews as well as people from Puerto Rico and the…
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