The Columbia Street Waterfront District is a thin slice of Brooklyn land between the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel and the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
It is waterfront adjacent, with nearby neighborhoods including Carroll Gardens, Red Hook and Gowanus. This small gem of a Brooklyn district is one of the borough's smallest neighborhoods, but its 22 or so blocks should by no means be overlooked.
In terms of history, Columbia Street Waterfront District is relatively young.learn more about this neighborhood
#64Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 23% Walk-Up
- 19% Townhouse
- 16% Pre War
- 11% Brownstone
- 9% Condo or Co-Op Building
New to the market and ready for November 1 move in is a live/work space on the Columbia Street Waterfront District. Located on the ground floor of a gut renovated building this modern apartment includes access to a spacious garden backyard and basement that can be used for extra storage or for workspace. With a loft space that can fit a queen size bed
Windowed eat in kitchen with benches that allow for extra storage space. Bathroom with tiled shower and great water pressure. Good size living room features built in shelves.
Great for a single person or couple. Cats are okay, small dogs upon approval. Apartment comes equipped with velvet lined curtains, $25 a month wifi and free shared washer/dryer in basement. Heat and hot water is included in the rent. Apartment can come furnished or unfurnished.
Short bike ride or 10 minute walk to the F/G trains at Carroll Street Station. Surrounded by great boutiques, restaurants and bars along Columbia Street. Not far from all the action on Court Street and Smith Street!
Call today for a private viewing!
$2,500, Loft, 1.0 Bathroom
- 800 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2827882
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