An Address for All Seasons at 123 On The Park

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    Living directly across from Prospect Park gives Brooklyn city dwellers a front-row seat to the changing seasons, whether by sledding with the kids in winter, watching the flowers bloom in spring, a leisurely summer bike ride, or a view of fall’s brilliant foliage. This connection with nature is one of the things that makes 123 On The Park one of the most in-demand new addresses in Brooklyn.

    What’s outside, though, is just the beginning. Inside there’s a stylish lobby with a Fireside Lounge, a welcoming place to greet guests or just take a break after a long day. The apartments—spacious studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom—feature high ceilings and big windows, many with lovely views of the park.

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    The units’ modern kitchens have stainless steel appliances, and bathrooms are outfitted with spacious vanities, tiled floors, and ceramic walls. All units are equipped with in-unit washer/dryers making laundry much less of a chore.

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    For those who don’t consider the day complete without a workout, there is state of the art fitness center — much larger than your typical apartment building’s workout room — as well as a yoga room. The building also offers a laundry room, children’s playroom, a lounge with billiards and ping pong, and a landscaped roof deck with an outdoor kitchen and dining area. Of course, all the common areas are outfitted with wi-fi for your casual entertainment or for those of you that work from home.

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    In addition to the park itself, residents couldn’t ask for a more welcoming neighborhood, with the Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Brooklyn Museum, and Brooklyn Public Library all a short distance away.

    The neighborhood has its share of cozy shops and cafes, as well. The Kettle & Thread — a coffee shop, craft store, and performance space close by on Church Avenue — is a popular destination. Wheated is another favorite local haunt, serving libations and Brooklyn-themed pizzas, each variety named for a different neighborhood.

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    It may be hard for residents to leave the comfort of home, but the commute is painless. There are six subway lines to choose from, with the 2, 5, B/F, Q, and G all nearby.

    Testimonial from current tenant: “We’ve been fortunate to call 123 Parkside home for the past year. Tree-lined streets, fantastic staff, access to the borough’s biggest, greenest park, and an address just blocks away from two express trains are just a few reasons why we’re staying for as long as we can. We love our home here!”

    Apartments are available at 123 On The Park. Find out more today.

     

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