With a population of around 7,050, Downtown Brooklyn is hip, easygoing, and relatively upscale, but not pretentiously so.
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.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 76% Luxury Highrise
- 10% New Building
- 4% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 2% Loft Building
- 1% Pre War
This classy address has a terrific gym facility on site, in addition to in-building AND in-unit laundry. The unit has a living area and open kitchen with high end kitchen appliances and granite counter tops. A dishwasher and microwave round out the kitchen appliances. There is a half bath downstairs in the living room and a roomy private terrace on the 18th floor. The upstairs bedroom has a large closet, a separate entrance, and a bath with a shower. The bedroom will fit a queen size bed with room for bedside furnishings. Both the upstairs and downstairs have three large windows each, high ceilings, and bamboo flooring throughout.
Pets are welcome at this 24-hour concierge building. Come enjoy the views of five New York City bridges from both your private terrace and two large shared terraces located on your floor.
$3,200, One Bedroom, 1.5 Bathrooms
- Condo or Co-Op Building
- Web ID: 6033090
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