I’m not sure what to make of this two-bedroom modern apartment in Fort Greene. On one hand, I can’t stop looking and reading about its jaw dropping amenities: private terrace with views of the city, open kitchen with brand new Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, maple flooring, tons of closets and an on-site yoga studio. Definitely luxury living at its best (or worst depending on who you ask) whose open floor plan includes tons of space for a medium-sized family. Being five minutes away from Fort Greene Park and area restaurants and boutiques isn’t too bad either.
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- Two bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Oversized terrace overlooking Manhattan skyline and Fort Greene Park
- LEED certified green building
- Spacious floor plan with private terrace
31 floor apartment
- 9-foot ceilings
- Huge windows
- Maple flooring
- Tons of closet space
- Brand new washer and dryer in unit
- Open kitchen with large spaces with Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, white glass cabinetry, Caesarstone counter tops, and full height Viscaya glass backsplash.
- Bathrooms feature large marble tiled showers, Japanese Elm custom vanities, Kohler sinks and faucets, top of the line Quartz countertops, ample storage, separate medicine cabinets, and Toto commodes.
- 24-hour dedicated doorman
- 5,000 common lounge with pool table, entertaining kitchen, gas fireplace, library, screening room, terrace, fitness center and yoga studio
- On-site valet service for packages
On-site rental office open 7 days
80 DeKalb @ Rockwell Place
M-F 11-7pm, Sat 10-6pm, Sun 11-6pm
Call of Email for an appt: (718) 222-3552 or email@example.com
Serena Norr is a real-live Brooklynite who was raised in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. She is now the managing editor of Relocation.com, which has perfected her juggling skills as she tackles a full-time job, freelancing and the best part of her day spending time with her energetic toddler. When free time strikes (insert laughing), she loves exploring Brooklyn with her daughter, checking out restaurants, writing plays, taking pictures, creating collages, and making soups – which she chronicles on her blog-http://seriouslysoupy.blogspot.com.