This renovated duplex in a 19th-century brick corner townhouse on 2nd Place features outdoor spaces and windows all around.
The listing for this five-bedroom triplex -- in a brownstone at 382 Park Place in Prospect Heights -- offers only two interior shots, but they present a pretty compelling vision.
This three-bedroom floor-through at 220 5th Avenue in Park Slope is newly renovated and looks to offer a decent amount of space in a good (though busy) location.
This triplex apartment sits in a landmarked 1888 brownstone at 858 President Street in Park Slope, and offers a healthy dose of the grandeur you'd want from such a house.
This could fairly be called a deluxe rental -- an entire landmarked 1895 Renaissance Revival limestone in Bed Stuy that's been renovated with a combination of restored original details and luxe updates.
These five rentals all boast prewar and Victorian details and charm, from white marble fireplaces to hardwood shutters. All are bright and airy, with a fair number located in townhouses or boasting outdoor space.
This triplex apartment is in the Spire Lofts at 163 North 6th Street in Williamsburg, a former church that was converted to rentals and opened in 2014. It's a distinctive space, with three levels, a pair of glass-walled balconies, exposed brick, a catwalk, an open staircase and a loft bedroom.
The time has come to strike out on your own. Where can you find a one-bedroom for less than $1,600 a month in Brooklyn?
This prewar three-bedroom apartment is in good shape with a newly renovated kitchen, and offers a good deal of space without a staggering price tag.
For couples and singles still in the rental market but not looking to share and seeking more space, these generous one-bedrooms will fit the bill.