33 MONTROSE AVE in Williamsburg

Williamsburg

Good transportation Great food Fun nightlife Cool factor LGBT-popular Young crowd On the rise

One of the largest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Williamsburg has undergone a major metamorphosis in the last decade.

It’s transforming from a traditionally working-class neighborhood to a veritable embodiment of gentrification and urban rebirth. These days, tourists and day-trippers flock to Williamsburg for a little slice of cosmopolitan bohemia.

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Building Mix

  • 28% New Building
  • 13% Walk-Up
  • 11% Luxury Highrise
  • 8% Loft Building
  • 7% Pre War
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Descriptions of 33 Montrose Ave

The surrounding neighborhood features the newest and best of eating, and hanging in the city, with recent additions like Williamsburg Cinemas and Brooklyn Bowl, and much more to fit your appetites and mood. It's also in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in the city, on a street of historic buildings. Off Union Ave, next to Sternburg Park, and a few blocks from the Williamsburg Bridge. John B. McGriskin (Feb 2014)
Requirements first month rent, security and broker fee 1000) and credit check 50 Required paper work is 3 most recent paystubs, w2's and bank statements. Amar Keiller (Jan 2014)
This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals. Close to a variety of transportation options including subway lines. Hossein Abadi (Jan 2014)
Closest train is the G @ Broadway ( 1 and a half blocks away The J and M trains are 4 blocks away @ Hewes street. NO FEES 1st and security to move in ( with good credit + stable income or guarantor. Jess Lopez (Jul 2014)
Hardwood Floors Modern Kitchen Modern Bathroom Shopping and Restaurants Nearby, Near Public Transportation. Marco Mckenzie (Aug 2014)
Bike around this artsy converted warehouse neighborhood and admire the murals that line the hip streets. This super trendy neighborhood will astound you with the diversity of people, food, art and shops. JM and G trains are steps away, as are a plethora of stores, restaurants and bars. Live in a prime location with much space and without breaking bank. Justin DiGiulio (Feb 2014)
Surrounded by fantastic restaurants, night life, shopping, parks, and more, you can't beat this price. Don't miss out on this great price and this awesome neighborhood. Melanie Hearn (Aug 2014)
Steps from JMZ and L trains, with eat in kitche and big windows. Valerie Rubinaccio (Jan 2014)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • G Broadway (0.12 mi)
  • J M Lorimer St (0.24 mi)
  • J M Hewes St (0.31 mi)
  • G Metropolitan Av (0.43 mi)
  • G Flushing Av (0.47 mi)

building details

Floors: 3
Units: 4
Floor area: 3750
Year built: 1920

Building Median Rents

2br: $2,300
3br: $2,800
1br: $1,425

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 250 George H. Lindsay
  • Elementary
  • 108 MONTROSE AVENUE
  • Young Women's Leadership School Of Brooklyn
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • P.S. 018 Edward Bush
  • Elementary
  • 101 MAUJER STREET
  • I.S. 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 101 WALTON STREET
  • Lyons Community School
  • Secondary School
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • Green School: An Academy For Environmental Careers
  • High school
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • P.S. 319
  • Early Childhood
  • 360 KEAP STREET
  • Juan Morel Campos Secondary School
  • Secondary School
  • 215 HEYWARD STREET
  • P.S. 019 Roberto Clemente
  • Elementary
  • 325 SOUTH 3 STREET
  • El Puente Academy For Peace And Justice
  • High school
  • 250 HOOPER STREET
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