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
renowned architect, Ismael Leyva, features spacious layouts with
uninterrupted views and unmatched amenities which include a 24 hour
doorman, pool, fitness center, basketball/squash court, screening
room and resident's lounge.
This home offers elegant finishes including hardwood floors from
sustainable forests, 9ft. ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, large
room sizes with spacious closets. Included: Sleek open kitchen with
GE stainless steel appliances and a washer/dryer. The modern
bathroom includes all Kohler fixtures and rain shower. Nearby
subway lines include: A, C, F, B, R, Q, 2, 3, 4, 5 and G.
$2,950, One Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom
- Luxury Highrise
- 765 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2369284
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A C GHoyt & Schermerhorn (0.46 mi)
FYork St (0.47 mi)
R 2 3 4 5Court St (0.48 mi)
2 3 4 5Nevins St (0.49 mi)
A CHigh St (0.51 mi)
2 3Clark St (0.54 mi)