52 S 11TH ST in Fort Greene

Fort Greene

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The Fort Green area is sometimes referred to as Little Europe due to the many Europeans who have made this beautiful neighborhood their home.

Fort Greene’s current population is around 15,900. The neighborhood is valued as being both diverse and prestigious. The architecture consists predominantly of brownstones.

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Building Mix

  • 20% Luxury Highrise
  • 19% Brownstone
  • 13% Pre War
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 52 S 11th St

Fantastically hip and laid back neighborhood steps to Marlow and Sons, Donna, Bembe, Fatty Cue, Peter Luger, Motorino and many more classic and brand new chic Williamsburg establishments. The shared roof for tenants is massive with unparalleled views of Manhattan, the East River, and all three bridges. Easy access to the city via the East River Ferry (1 block away Marcy JMZ (9 minute walk or Williamsburg bridge. Andrew Pratt (Nov 2013)
There is an absolutely MASSIVE common area, along with three bedrooms all with closets and huge windows that provide ample lighting and the view from the roof is unbeatable. Steve Schaefer (Jan 2014)
Located close to the happening Waterfront in a Fantastically hip and laid back neighborhood steps to many classic and brand new chic Williamsburg establishments. Amenities Eat In Kitchen Stainless Steel Appliances Dishwasher High Ceilings Outdoor Space Balcony Bike storage Stone countertops. Alexander Morfesis (Dec 2013)
You may enjoy local eateries like Blue Collar for classic burgers and shakes, Zizi Limona for Mediterranean, or Napoli Bakery for old-school Italian pastries. Allan Jimenez (Feb 2014)
Located blocks from the Brooklyn waterfront and across the street from a grocery store, bodega, and easily accessible from the Marcy M and Bedford L trains. There's a spacious roof deck from which one gets astonishing views of the bridges, Brooklyn waterfront, and Manhattan skyline. Noah Buck (Apr 2013)
AMENITIES High Ceilings Pets Allowed Stainless Steel Appliances Washer Dryer In Building Stone Countertops Hardwood Floors Outdoor Space Common Roof Deck. Can Nomer (Apr 2013)
Fresh artwork adorns the hallways in this converted factory building which also features shared roof access with breathtaking city views. Lourdes Castro (Sep 2013)
This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals. Damian Cipressi (Feb 2014)
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building details

Floors: 6
Units: 30
Floor area: 58734
Year built: 1920

Building Median Rents

3br: $3,750
2br: $2,800

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 016 Leonard Dunkly
  • Elementary
  • 157 WILSON STREET
  • Academy For Young Writers
  • High school
  • 183 SOUTH 3 STREET
  • J.H.S. 050 John D. Wells
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 183 SOUTH 3 STREET
  • P.S. 084 Jose De Diego
  • Elementary
  • 250 BERRY STREET
  • El Puente Academy For Peace And Justice
  • High school
  • 250 HOOPER STREET
  • P.S. 019 Roberto Clemente
  • Elementary
  • 325 SOUTH 3 STREET
  • P.S. 319
  • Early Childhood
  • 360 KEAP STREET
  • Juan Morel Campos Secondary School
  • Secondary School
  • 215 HEYWARD STREET
  • Conselyea Preparatory School
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 208 NORTH 5 STREET
  • P.S. 017 Henry D. Woodworth
  • Elementary
  • 208 NORTH 5 STREET
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