Beautiful unit in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. This newly renovated 1 bedroom apartment rests in the heart of Historic Greenpoint, around the corner from the Greenpoint Ave G stop, 3 blocks from the East River Ferry to Manhattan. Peaceful, beautiful neighborhood & a spacious, reinvigorating, apartment to return to after a lovely day in NYC.
Sunny, huge apartment with a private entrance. In the heart of Historic Greenpoint, around the corner from the Greenpoint Ave G stop, the apartment is close to stylish Franklin Street, The Brooklyn Barge, Paulie Gee's, River Styx, Five Leaves, Transmitter Park & the Brooklyn Expo Center. Quick walk to Mccarran Park & Williamsburg. Queen-size bed in the bedroom and a Full-size sofa bed in the common area. Kitchenette with a microwave, electric stove top, toaster oven & fridge. See photos!
This is not a suitable space for events or parties.
We do not permit smoking on the premises.
We ask that tenants observe quiet hours from 10pm - 10am.
Brooklyn's best kept secret!
Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -
“Williamsburg is super cool and everyone in the world knows about it, but Greenpoint is like its secret a bit farther who appreciate the community’s independent streak, gritty industrialness and European essences,” said Anthony Piliaskas, who lives a block from the East River in a carriage house he restored, not far from what used to be the Greenpoint Terminal Market, a group of 19th-century warehouses that once housed a rope factory and the iron works that built the USS Monitor, the Union Navy’s first ironclad warship.
Greenpoint was an amazing choice not only because of the accelerated growth of the design community, also its heritage of manufacturing and industry…"
Dining: Polish fare is found along Manhattan Avenue. West and Franklin streets are home to restaurants that serve up all sorts of dishes, from French-Catalan at Cassette to seafood at River Styx and Little Neck Outpost. The Brooklyn Barge Bar will open this month, offering on-the-water casual dining.
Shopping: Manhattan and Franklin avenues are lined with boutiques, such as Line & Label, Home of the Brave, Violet Pepper and Búdin. Beacon’s Closet, whose flagship store moved from Williamsburg, anchors the emerging mini-district of vintage stores.
Transportation: The G train stops at Nassau and Greenpoint avenues. The East River ferry—the terminal is at India Street—makes stops at the East 34th Street ferry landing and Pier 11/Wall Street.
Parks: WNYC Transmitter Park has a waterfront esplanade, playgrounds, and a new pier. McGolrick Park also has playgrounds.
Arts: Greenpoint Open Studios showcases artwork. One weekend every spring, the group encourages artists and designers to open their studios to the public; this year, 300 took part in the tour. This weekend, Brooklyn Expo Center hosts the BKLYN DESIGNS fair, now in its 13th year.
Around the block from the Greenpoint Ave G train and the B62 & B34 which both take you to the L. The East River Ferry is 3 blocks away.
If you are interested, please write and tell us about yourself and what brings you to Brooklyn. We really like to have a sense of who you are so we know that our place will be just right for your needs on your visit :)