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About 315 Kent Ave Brooklyn, NY 11249
Net effective rent listed is based on 1 month free on an 12 month lease. Gross rent is $2,635 Traditional studio layout with a walk-in closet. This building features oak hardwood floors, Bosch washer/dryer in all units, stainless steel Bosch kitchen appliances, Caesarstone countertops and backsplash, custom closet shelving and finishes, solar shades in both the living rooms and bedrooms, in-sink garbage disposals, Hans Grohe bathroom fixtures, keyless electronic apartment access, LED energy efficient track lighting, Corian window sills and high ceilings in all homes. Come live in this Iconic full service building designed with a distinctly unique building clad in copper and zinc. Amenities abound with an 11,300sq ft club level that spans the entire 17th floor, offering an expansive resident lounge, 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, plus a 7,000sq ft roof deck with BBQ grilling stations and awe-inspiring panoramic views. Additionally, there is a 2,000 sq ft 4th Floor Courtyard offering a reprieve from the bustling neighborhood around it. This building is located in the heart of South Williamsburg, with unrivaled views of the Williamsburg Bridge and both Brooklyn and Manhattan at large. Subways and Ferries
Ferry at South 8th Street Ferry landing 0.26 miles
Ferry at North 5th Street Ferry landing 0.49 miles
L at Bedford Av 0.56 miles
JMZ at Marcy Av 0.58 miles
JM at Hewes St 0.79 miles SCHOOLS
P.S. 084 Jose De Diego (PK,0K,01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,SE) For any more questions and to schedule an immediate viewing, email, text, or call me anytime. If this is not the apartment for you, I have a large data base of apartments in the city that i can certainly show you.
Nestled on the banks of the East River, Williamsburg’s nightlife scene glows just as bright as its art culture. Artists first moved to the area in the 1970s because of its lower cost of living compared to Manhattan, larger homes, and direct access to transportation. The art community is still very much thriving – local gallery favorites include the Front Room Gallery and Greenpoint.
And just like art, music is a staple here in Williamsburg. Bars and music halls have bands performing daily for patrons, serenading the house with jazz, indie rock, or electropop tunes.
Williamsburg’s energy is unmatched, especially since the neighborhood has become a mecca for the creative-types. The luxury apartments in Williamsburg are surrounded by exceptional restaurants from authentic takeout to tapas and Michelin-rated. The Brooklyn Brewery has been providing residents with chilled pints since 1988, near McCarren Park.