$1500 / 2br – 2 Bedroom Railroad Available July 1 (Bed Stuy/Bushwick)
This 2 bedroom railroad style apartment is situated just a few blocks on the Bed Stuy side of Broadway close to Bushwick. It’s on the South side of Kosciuszko near Stuyvesant, a seven minute walk from the JMZ Myrtle/Broadway stop (20 min to Manhattan), and 15 min walk from the Utica A/C. It’s a quiet, old brick building with heat and hot water included, on the second floor of a four-story, with some furnishings available. There’s some exposed brick in the living room and one bedroom. It’s a pretty good size with hardwood floors, marble tile in the kitchen, and is definitely under market value at $1500 a month. We’re using the 2nd bedroom as an office/storage space now but it’s certainly suitable as a bedroom. The space is, however, probably best suited to a couple rather than roommates.
The landlord requires a $100 credit check/application fee and one or two month security deposit dependent upon credit.
Please email if you’re interested in learning more.
Good afternoon Draperites,
Looking for an apartment? See below:
$600 (utilities included)
In Journal Square, 10 min. walk to PATH station (very convenient to NYU campus!)
Large Bedroom (2 connected 10×10 rooms= 200 sq-ft all to yourself!) with nice view of Manhattan, in 3-bedroom apartment.
Not sure you can beat this deal for spaciousness and convenience. Only reason I’m leaving is because I’m moving to Chicago. (posting this ad as a courtesy to my landlord, not trying to get out of a lease or anything).
If interested and want to know more, please contact:
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