And if you do your homework, you'll find exactly what you're looking for. Lots of new construction, including the Brooklyner, Oro and One Hanson Place apartment complexes, means there are great deals to be found, including no fee apartments. Downtown Brooklyn apartments for rent are in the $1750 range for a studio, $2100 for a one bedroom apartment, and $2500 and up for a two bedroom apt.
The neighborhood itself is full of the distinct culture, activities and beauty that are synonymous with Kings County. The area has a mix of historic brownstones, new and converted high-rise apartments, restaurants, boutiques, theaters and more, usually at lower prices than their Manhattan counterparts. Downtown Brooklyn, with its mix of old and new, high end and inexpensive finds alike, is a great place to explore.Find Downtown Brooklyn apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|235 GOLD ST||105|
|111 LAWRENCE ST||68|
|277 GOLD ST||49|
|125 COURT ST||12|
|240 LIVINGSTON ST||6|
|44 COURT ST||4|
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Once you’ve landed your dream Downtown Brooklyn Apartment for rent, you can explore the numerous cultural destinations in the neighborhood. The Brooklyn Academy of Music is a great place to catch a music or theater performance, or to check out an art house movie too. On Sundays, the Brooklyn Flea, in the lobby of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building, offers an eclectic mix of crafts, antiques, and food. The Fulton Mall, an outdoor shopping area, is a one-stop location, offering everything you could ever think to buy and more. While the area tends to quiet down at night, in the daytime it's filled with people.
Downtown Brooklyn apartments have many transportation options, including the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, F, N, Q, R, M and G trains, along with a Long Island Railroad stop at Atlantic Terminal. The neighborhood is also close to both the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, ideal for those traveling by foot, bike, or car to get into downtown Manhattan quickly.
The neighborhood is roughly bordered by Atlantic Avenue to the south, Navy St./Ashland Pl. to the east, and Cadman Plaza/Old Fulton St. to the north and west.