Revamped Bushwick Building With Central Air, Murals Fully Rented in Three Weeks

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A gut-renovated rental building at 7 Ridgewood Place in Bushwick has rented out all eight of its apartments at asking price in only three weeks, according to the developer, Stuyvesant Group. The four-story, eight-unit building, marketed by Urban Compass, has two-bedroom, one-bath apartments renting for an average of $2,400 a month just a block from the L and M trains at Myrtle-Wyckoff.

Each unit has central air, video intercoms and exposed brick and ceiling beams, and comes with bike storage in the cellar and private storage units free of charge. There’s a common roof deck, and the two ground-floor apartments have access to private gardens. Every apartment is 675 square feet, except for the ground floor units, which are 650 and 750 square feet. The hallways also feature unique murals of city life by Bed Stuy muralist Raul Ayala, including one that reads “Blank Walls Are Criminal.”

You can see more pictures of the building and its units here on Stuyvesant Group’s website. What do you think of the building and its pricing? GMAP

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