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About 1087 Flushing Ave Brooklyn, NY 11237
Incredible loft apartment in a live work building that houses many artists and designers! The space is an open space and it is over 1000 square feet. It is a corner unit and it has The current tenants have a room that serves as an home office and sleeping loft on the East facing window, however walls are allowed and you can build the space any way you like. The landlords are willing to pay for walls!!!
There is access to a massive rooftop with city views. Freight elevator and there's a Laundry Room in Building. Since the units can be built out all the units in the building are different
The Building houses a collection of hip, local businesses including a Food co-op, tattoo parlor, yoga studio, skateboard supply and repair shop, a hair salon and a pet store, plus more. You will be a few blocks from world famous Roberta's and the Narrows is literally downstairs from the apartment! There are two organic grocery stores a few blocks from the apartment and you can enjoy a leisurely stroll and visit many art galleries in the area such as the ones at 56 Bogart Street. Located a few blocks from the Morgan L stop and the Central M train.
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