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About 62 E 21st St Brooklyn, NY 11226
Beautifully curated apartments display a striking color palette expertly incorporating light and dark. Floor-to-ceiling windows, recessed lighting, and wide plank wood flooring create an expansive atmosphere.
Contemporary kitchens feature high-end stainless steel appliances by Summit, floating cabinets with under-cabinet lighting, sleek midnight black backsplashes and wall tiling, and matte black fixtures. Soothing bathrooms capture the perfect balance of style and convenience. Modern fixtures include custom mirrors, bathtubs by Maax, Brizo shower heads, and chic wall-mounted vanities by Badeloft.
Residences also offer the convenience of split units for A/C and heat, and video intercoms. Many of the homes boast balconies and terraces.
Laundry in Building
Community Recreation Facilities
The most famous celebrity of Flatbush is actually a cartoon character known for his oversize ears and penchant for carrots. Bugs Bunny, according to his original voice actor Mel Blanc, had a "Flatbush" accent.
Flatbush sits between the Kingston and Midwood sections of Brooklyn, New York. In addition to mischievous bunnies, this area is known for its beautiful Victorian architecture, especially in the Ditmas Park area. Flatbush dates back to 1651, when it was settled by Dutch colonists.
The King Theatre on Flatbush Avenue is the fourth largest theater in New York and the biggest in Flatbush. This historic theater dates back to 1929 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Flatbush is 30 minutes from Manhattan via the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, and it is home of Brooklyn College. The college is located in the southeast corner of the neighborhood.