The exterior has been restored, but it seems there is not a shred left of the once-beautiful early Italianate interior of this historic circa-1853 home. Brownstoner readers who’ve been following this property since it was abandoned, then for sale, and finally under going an exterior restoration will want to check out this rental listing for the upper triplex to see the transformation. (more…)
This three-bedroom in a detached house in Kensington is large and comes with a fresh paint job and newly stripped hardwood floors. The spacious living/dining room has nice bay windows and a chandelier, and two of the three bedrooms can fit a king or queen size bed, according to the listing. (more…)
This new building at the corner of Lorimer and Montrose hit the market earlier this month with 20 rentals and bizarre design choices that would not be out of place in a club. Prices at 49 Montrose Avenue (or 334 Lorimer Street) range from $2,750 for a 1.5 bedroom to $3,295 a month for a two bedroom. (more…)
If you’re on the hunt for a cheap three-bedroom, two-bath apartment, this newly renovated listing in eastern Bed Stuy seems like a good bet. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, a microwave and granite countertops. (more…)
Here’s a slightly pricey but modern one-bedroom condo for rent in Crown Heights. The exposed brick might not appeal to everyone, but the kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a decent amount of cabinet space. The big windows help open up the living room too. However, the asking price seems ambitious for this size and location. What do you think of it for $2,000 a month?
At 677 square feet, this one-bedroom condo for rent in one of the Eberhard Pencil Factory buildings is rather small for the price, but it has a clean, modern feel. The large windows at the front of the living area help brighten up the long space, and the master bedroom is spacious. The building at 122 West Street also has nice amenities, including a roof deck, extra storage and fitness center. What do you think of it for $3,100 a month?
This simple and affordable three-bedroom co-op for rent in a prewar building close to Prospect Park would be perfect for a small family. Unfortunately, roommates aren’t allowed to rent it, according to the listing (although we have some doubts about the legality of that). (more…)
The 40-story Oro 2 tower at the corner of Gold and Johnson Streets has been rebranded “BKLYN Air,” and it already has a teaser site listing rents from $2,315. The Ismael Levya-designed, 255-unit project at 309 Gold Street has been in the works for two years, and the building looks nearly finished in these photos a tipster sent to us. (more…)
This 1.5-bedroom floor-through in Cobble Hill is large and has a nice prewar feel. The top-floor apartment has a sizable eat-in kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave and wine cooler, as well as plenty of cabinet space. The big windows in the kitchen and living room have their original wood moldings, and there are interesting columns in the doorways of the kitchen and bedroom. What do you think of it for $3,200 a month?
Here’s a fairly spacious one-bedroom condo for rent in Bed Stuy, at a two-year-old building near the Clinton Hill border. The 777-square-foot pad features two balconies at either end of the apartment. (more…)
As rents in Bed Stuy skyrocket, it’s easy to forget you can still find deals like this three-bedroom, particularly in eastern Bed Stuy and Ocean Hill. The living room seems nicely sized, and the kitchen and bathroom are both recently updated.
There are two large bedrooms and one smaller one, according to the listing. You could also use it as a two-bedroom and keep the third one as an office or nursery. The location is close to the Bushwick border and two or three blocks from the J at Halsey or the J/Z at Chauncey. Do you think it’s reasonable at $1,800 a month?
Here’s a freshly renovated three-bedroom in Greenpoint that’s close to the G train and all the bars and restaurants on Manhattan Avenue. The living room and kitchen area look reasonably sized, as do all of the bedrooms. The apartment also has central air, a dishwasher, and access to the building’s shared roof deck. The building is four blocks in either direction to the Greenpoint Avenue or Nassau Avenue G train stops. It’s kind of pricey, but there isn’t much inventory in Greenpoint. What do you think for $3,850 a month?