Bedrooms: 2 king-sized and 1 adaptable queen-sized bedroom, plus a smaller, versatile room with unique lighting - ideal as an office or budget-friendly bedroom.
Living Space: Large open living area for comfortable relaxation or hosting.
Kitchen: Equipped with stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave.
Comfort: Central AC/Heating ensures a comfortable environment year-round.
Lighting: Large windows throughout, ensuring plenty of natural sunlight.
Laundry: Convenient in-building facilities.
Elevator: For easy access to all floors.
Outdoor Spaces: Not one, but two roof decks for breathtaking city views.
Parking: Garage available (designated spot for an additional fee).
Zipcar Access: Right in the garage for easy transportation options.
Heart of vibrant Bushwick, surrounded by cafes, bars, and restaurants.
Favorites include Variety Coffee, Taqueria Cocoyoc, Milk and Pull, The Johnson's.
A stone's throw from Maria Hernandez Park.
A minute's walk to the Dekalb L and 5 minutes to the Central M stop, offering seamless transit options.
Ready for immediate occupancy.
The first month's rent and security deposit are required.
No broker fee for a hassle-free move.
P.S. Photos and videos of the actual unit are available for a sneak peek.
For an apartment that combines style, convenience, and location, contact us today to arrange a viewing. This Bushwick gem is a rare find!
Surrounded by Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Ridgewood Queens, East New York and Brownsville, Bushwick is a trendy area beloved by artists and young professionals. With a hopping nightlife and some great restaurants, it's no wonder why people love this neighborhood.
Some of the roads traversed by hipsters and artists on their bikes today are trails cut by Native Americans. Taken over by the Dutch, the land became food and tobacco farms, and then transitioned into an industrial hotspot in the 1800's.
The factories of Bushwick primarily produced sugar, oil, and various chemicals. These factories brought many immigrants, especially German ones, to the neighborhood. These immigrants opened many breweries and Bushwick was soon named as the "beer capital of the Northeast."
During the late 1800's, Bushwick garnered more of an Italian population as well, though industry still dominated the neighborhood until after WWII, when many of the factories…
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