Here’s a classic Carroll Gardens floor-through in a good location at a reasonable price, with tin ceilings, moldings and a fair amount of space to play with. It’s on the third floor of a brick townhouse at 270 Union Street, just off of Court Street. It’s a straight-up floor through, with… Read More >The post Carroll Gardens Floor-Through With Old-School Charm, Big Kitchen Asks $2,500 a Month appeared first on Brownstoner.
There you are, lying on the floor of your apartment in front of a box fan, wondering if this is truly the best Brooklyn can offer in terms of housing. Probably! But there’s a slim chance you can do better for your budget. We found some affordable finds through our listing service and behold, here they are. ________ Posi book vybz Bushwick $950/month Room in a four-bedroom Not bad, for under $1K. Unit looks spick and span, with some nicely filled bookshelves and two full bathrooms. The kitchen has a tiny sliver of counter space in the photos, fingers crossed there’s more space behind the photographer. …
This duplex apartment is attractive and spacious, with two generous bedrooms and two baths plus an office space or the equivalent. It’s on the upper floors of a brick townhouse at 542 Clinton Street, at the southern end of Carroll Gardens. The living room is on the parlor floor, so you… Read More >The post Carroll Gardens Duplex with Two Baths, Tin Ceilings, Mantels Asks $4,750 a Month appeared first on Brownstoner.
THIS SATURDAY 9/27 7:30pm a public talk about Gentrification – Rent Controls & Resistance will take place at the FiveMyles Gallery at 558 St. Johns Place in Crown Heights. Everyone is invited to come down and join in. Two short films on the topic as it relates to Brooklyn will be shown, come down and meet the contributors to the Brooklyn Born blog as well as the filmmakers and Rachel Godsil, Director of NYC’s Rent Guideline Board, and lenders of the Crown Heights Tenants Union.Details on the flyer for more information contact Neta Alexander (NA889@nyu.edu)
This three-bedroom is grander than your average rental. Housed on the first floor of a circa 1890s Romanesque Revival building in the Crown Heights North Historic District, it’s got some choice period details, including inlaid parquet floors, mirrors, three mantels, wainscoting, coffered ceilings, stained glass, built-in china cabinets and pocket doors. It… Read More >The post Elaborate Crown Heights Three-Bedroom With Mantels, Coffered Ceilings Asks $3,500 a Month appeared first on Brownstoner.
If you lust after a quaint apartment in a brownstone on a park block in Park Slope, this floor-through at 647 10th Street might be just the ticket. Technically a three-bedroom, it’s advertised as a two. There’s no floor plan, so the exact layout is a bit of a mystery,… Read More >The post Park Slope Two-Bedroom on Park Block With Radiant Heat, Mantels Wants $3,000 a Month appeared first on Brownstoner.
This one-bedroom apartment in a Stuy Heights limestone has decent space, some nice original details and a private garden. It’s on a prime landmarked block too, at 120A Bainbridge Street, close to the subway, shops and restaurants. The living room is good sized, with parquet floors, wainscoting and other original woodwork,… Read More >The post Garden Apartment With Mantel, Parquet on Prime Stuy Heights Block Asks $2,500 a Month appeared first on Brownstoner.