Here's an apartment that offers some of the perks popular during these stay-at-home times: in-unit-laundry, outdoor space and a bit of room for a home office.
Set between the delights of Green-Wood Cemetery and Prospect Park, this one bedroom doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but it does offer a practical layout and a renovated kitchen and bath.
Just a short walk from Prospect Park, this garden one-bedroom comes with a dishwasher, exposed brick and decorative mantel.
There's a private garden, in-unit laundry and the possibility of home office space in this Clinton Hill apartment.
This one-bedroom in an 1890s flats building in the Cobble Hill Historic District has a fairly open floor plan, bits of original character and in-unit laundry.
Located on the third floor of an early 19th century wood frame house, this two-bedroom unit on Duffield Street offers space, charm and a setting in a small enclave of Downtown Brooklyn.
Located at 85 Jay Street, and called Front & York, the 21-story, 728-unit building will be part rental, part condo.
This Bushwick railroad apartment dates to the 1890s and still retains some original details to give it a bit of charm.
More funky old New York than white box living, this two-bedroom Vinegar Hill rental has two floors of atmospherically patinaed living space and access to a garden.
Verandah Place must be one of the most photographed little streets of Cobble Hill, and the 19th century brick homes that line it are a huge part of the charm.