90 MESEROLE ST 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 90 Meserole St

Host your own film festival or super bowl (bring enough popcorn for your neighbors We know your inner exhibitionist needs to come out here and there, this is the perfect place to do karaoke, or perform with your band on the stage. Neatly tucked away in an oversized storage closet, doing your laundry is has never been easier. Our spacious fitness center offers you an array of state of the art equiptment. Take in the beautiful Brooklyn views from Relish's roof deck. Andy Ovanessian (Jul 2012)
In the last ten years, Williamsburg has evolved from a mostly industrial warehouse neighborhood into an enclave of vintage boutiques, foodie eats, electronic music venues and Michelin restaurants. The amazing building features a laundry room, video intercom, outdoor space, bike room, and a common roof deck to enjoy the beautiful views with a glass of your favorite drink in your hand. Located in trendy Williamsburg, the proximity to Manhattan could not be better, less than a five minute walk to the J, M, G, and the L train. This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals. The neighborhood boasts cool bars, sleek boutiques, and record stores where you can still find first-pressed vinyl. The neighborhood's self-conscious nonchalance sparked the beginning of a new kind of street style. Justin DiGiulio (Oct 2014)
24 Hour State of the Art Fitness Center, Shared Roof Deck, W/D in Building. L, J and M, and in the best up and coming part of the neighborhood. Jessica Douglas (Jul 2013)
Gym, Movie Screening room, Game Rooms, common roof and Bike storage. Jared Kaner (Jul 2013)
Video Intercom, Washer Dryer In Building, Outdoor Space. Drew DeMaio (Jul 2012)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • J M Lorimer St (0.29 mi)
  • G Broadway (0.3 mi)
  • L Montrose Av (0.46 mi)
  • G Metropolitan Av (0.48 mi)
  • L Grand St (0.48 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 8
Floor area: 9546
Year built: 2006

Building Median Rents

1br: $2,625
2br: $3,000
Studio: $2,850

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
Lyons Community School
Secondary School
223 GRAHAM AVENUE
Green School: An Academy For Environmental Careers
High school
223 GRAHAM AVENUE
P.S. 018 Edward Bush
Elementary
101 MAUJER STREET
P.S. 196 Ten Eyck
Elementary
207 BUSHWICK AVENUE
M.S. 582
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
207 BUSHWICK AVENUE
I.S. 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
101 WALTON STREET
P.S. 319
Early Childhood
360 KEAP STREET
P.S. 147 Issac Remsen
Elementary
325 BUSHWICK AVENUE
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