If you’re ever wondered what the interior of Bushwick’s landmarked Cook Mansion looks like, we have the answer. Bushwick Daily spotted this one-bedroom for rent on Craigslist last week and surprisingly, the ad is still up.
Well, the 546-square-foot pad at 670 Bushwick Avenue (on the corner of Willoughby) has been completely gutted and looks like any new (or not so new) rental. It’s on the second floor with a balcony — presumably the one over the front door. There is baseboard heating, replacement floors, vinyl flooring in the kitchen, and what looks to be plenty of drywall. On the plus side, the replacement doors are solid wood and there seems to be tons of windows and light all around.
Also known as the Catherina Lipsius House, the American Round Arch style mansion was completed in 1890 and commissioned by Catherina, who owned the Claus Lipsius Brewing Company. It’s right next to KFC and the elevated track, and down the street from two apartment buildings under construction. Wonder how loud the train is.
Click through the jump to see a few more photos of the apartment.
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Image source: Craigslist
We were tipped off to the fact that Da Franco Ristorante Italiano is for sale. This is the Italian restaurant occupying one of the ground floor spaces in the Pistilli Riverview East building on 21st Street in Astoria. Here’s the listing (we’ve removed the ALL CAPS and reformatted it into something readable):
New buildout. Main dining room with 60 seats, party room with 24 seats, outdoor patio with 40 seats. Exhibition kitchen with brick oven. Near Triboro Bridge & Astoria Park. Owner has other businesses. Rent just $5,100 per month, long term lease.