66 GRAHAM AVE in Williamsburg

Williamsburg

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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 66 Graham Ave

Walk out your door onto a side street and turn the corner onto Graham where there are so many food and shopping options being 15 minutes from Manhattan might be a convenience you don't even care about. Kathleen (Kat) McEldowney (Dec 2013)
Just around the corner from the Post Office and a short walk to Khims Millennium Market, Food Bazaar, Walgreens, Planet Fitness, Duck Duck, Robertas and so much more. Lourdes Castro (Dec 2013)
Located in a busy shopping area where there are easy access to everything such as trains, food and grocery supplies, pharmaceuticals etc. It has easy access to parking, the subways and busses, there are grocery stores, restaurants and mini shopping centers everywhere. Portia T Joseph (Dec 2013)
Laundry is around the corner, the J, M trains are 4 blocks away while the L at Montrose is approximately 7 blocks. Located just off of Graham Avenue, you'll have a multitude of shops, grocery, and dining options throughout. Andrew Aki (Dec 2013)
Closest Subway is the J Train (Lorimer Stop For those who would like to save on rent and gym membership. Closest subway is JMZ at Flushing Avenue Stop and L train at Montrose Avenue Stop. Maximilian Travis (May 2012)
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. Three short blocks from the JM trains will keep you connected to the rest of the city. Justin DiGiulio (Jan 2014)
Within walking distance of hospital, shops, restaurants and transportation. Athena Pettway (Apr 2014)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • J M Flushing Av (0.22 mi)
  • L Montrose Av (0.35 mi)
  • J M Lorimer St (0.36 mi)
  • G Flushing Av (0.59 mi)
  • G Broadway (0.6 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 30
Floor area: 25900
Year built: 1925

Building Median Rents

1br: $1,505

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 257 John F. Hylan
  • Elementary
  • 60 COOK STREET
  • Brooklyn Latin School, The
  • High school
  • 325 BUSHWICK AVENUE
  • P.S. 147 Issac Remsen
  • Elementary
  • 325 BUSHWICK AVENUE
  • P.S. 120 Carlos Tapia
  • Elementary
  • 18 BEAVER STREET
  • P.S. 250 George H. Lindsay
  • Elementary
  • 108 MONTROSE AVENUE
  • I.S. 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 101 WALTON STREET
  • P.S. 059 William Floyd
  • Elementary
  • 211 THROOP AVENUE
  • P.S. 196 Ten Eyck
  • Elementary
  • 207 BUSHWICK AVENUE
  • M.S. 582
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 207 BUSHWICK AVENUE
  • Green School: An Academy For Environmental Careers
  • High school
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
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