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About 12 Ford St Brooklyn, NY 11213
Elevator Building! Luxury Building! Be the first to tour!
Eminent 1 bedroom apartment located in a beautiful new development building on the border of the Crown Heights and Weeksville neighborhoods of Brooklyn.
Don't miss out on this special home! No Broker Fee!
- Bright and Spacious living room
- Large, open kitchen concept
- Granite counter-tops, dishwasher included
- Ample closet space throughout
- Hardwood flooring throughout
- Split remote controlled A/C in every room
- Stunning bathroom with deep-soaking tub
- Virtual doorman
- Built-in Bluetooth speakers
- Elevator big enough for all your furniture
- Laundry in Building
- Large, furnished roof deck with Manhattan skyline views!
- 24/7 Gym
- Bike storage included
- Communal game room
- Verizon Fios
- Pet friendly
- Live-in super
- Wheelchair accessible
- PARKING AVAILABLE for $150/month
Conveniently located just 0.25 miles to the 3,4 trains at Utica Ave. providing quick and easy commute around Brooklyn and into Manhattan. Located across the street from Lincoln Terrace Park, perfect for a stroll or a place for your pets to play! Nearby, Utica Avenue, which is filled with entertainment and different multicultural restaurants.
This unit will not stay on the market long, so schedule your viewing ASAP!
For more information on this building or to schedule a private viewing, call or text Najib @ 646-508-6305
The Crown Heights South neighborhood of the New York City borough of Brooklyn sits a few blocks southeast of downtown Brooklyn and a few blocks east of the Hudson River. Its close proximity to downtown and easy access to Manhattan make it very attractive to families as well as young professionals and students attending nearby Brooklyn College.
Beautiful Dutch and European architecture dot the tree-lined streets of the neighborhood, giving it a cozy feel in a thriving borough of New York City. The neighborhood finds itself surrounded by parks and recreation areas large enough to make one feel like they aren't even in a city. Museums and cultural centers can also be found scattered in and around the neighborhood.
Many main roads, including the Prospect Parkway, make it easy to travel outside Brooklyn and into the heart of Manhattan. Many who work in the city tend to prefer living in Crown Heights South because of the low rent and close sense of community here.