A rent-stabilized studio for rent in an Art Deco building in Brooklyn Heights is not something that you see every day in the area. The apartment features wood floors, period details like arches and picture rails, a kitchen in an alcove, and an entrance foyer with closets. It’s on the fifth floor of an elevator building with laundry and a super.
While it’s not particularly small for a studio at a claimed 400 square feet, the kitchen alcove is not quite large enough to fit the refrigerator, if the photos are accurate. They may not be, as the same ones are used for multiple listings in the building.
The bathroom photo shows an odd-looking angled tub with a square rim in a tiny room with pink tile walls, tan floors and a pedestal sink.
200 Clinton Street has repetitive geometric patterned brickwork and triangular motifs on the facade and black and white signage above the ground-level shopfronts, which extend around the corner on Atlantic Avenue. The building dates from 1936 and was designed by architect Leo V. Berger, known for his work in the Tribeca North Historic District.
Listed by Lior Cohen of Brooklyn Heights Real Estate Inc., the unit is asking $2,060 a month. Does it sound like a good deal?
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