Welcome to Linden Blvd where you instantly feel the culture that Brooklyn has to offer! This building has some of the best features in NYC period without paying a ridiculous price tag! From the 360 views of the whole NYC skyline to limitless amenities this building has to offer you will not be disappointed. This 2 bedroom unit features:
-Stainless Steel Appliances
-Marble Counter Tops
-Spacious living rooms that can fit L or U shaped couches and fit a desk for folks who work remotely
-Dog Run for all the dog parents
-Roof top Outdoor Pool with views of the NYC skyline
-Packaging services and food delivery service right to your door
-Valet and parking garage
-Rooftop Lounge with best views of the city
-Two guest lounges available to rent out for parties and or events
-Two outdoor guest lounges
-Two Business Centers
-Extra Laundry room in building
-Security on site
This luxury high rise has some of the best amenities any building in NYC has to offer and is set in one of the most culturally rich neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Here you can enjoy the endless amount of great restaurants, and bars or take 6 to 10 minute walk to one NYC most famous parks Prospect Park. There's never a dull moment here at this beautiful new building, please don't hesitate to reach out to me for all showings and any information. Lets get you into the home of your dreams! Contact me today!
Just below Prospect Park is the residential neighborhood of Flatbush. Quiet and calm, yet still close to the action, Flatbush is a popular neighborhood with families and young professionals alike due to its proximity to the park, fabulous restaurants, and easy access to other parts of the city.
Established in 1651, Flatbush went by the name of "Midwout" when it was still a young Dutch Colony. Once the British took over in 1664, Flatbush became the central area of the new King's County, even being named the county seat. It would remain this way through the 1700's and most of the 1800's being a large hub for merchants and farmers.
Flatbush was incorporated into the larger city of Brooklyn in 1894 and subsequently turned into a residential neighborhood after 1898 when Brooklyn became a borough in the Greater New York City. Construction on new apartment complexes, mostly mid-rise art deco buildings, happened quickly as subway lines came to the area…
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