If you don’t mind exposed brick (or living near the BQE) this Greenpoint one-and-a-half bedroom at 162 Newton Street may be worth checking out. The apartment has its charms and the kitchen is surprisingly nice. Absent pictures of the bedrooms, we’ll assume they’re small. The rent is $2,300/month, which is still a pretty penny for an area of Greenpoint not all that close to the G train.
162 Newton Street [Miron Properties] GMAP P*Shark
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