72 Clermont

Newly listed rental apartments in Fort Greene for under $2,000 a month!

This apartment, located at 50 Greene Avenue (between Carlton and Adelphi) is being offered at an incomparable value. Located in prime location, a short distance to all major transportation and surrounded by cafes, restaurants and shops. This large one bedroom is drenched in light and accommodates any layout with a large living and dining room, a separate kitchen with Oakwood cabinets. The building features an elevator and laundry. Only 11 days on the market, the price already has been reduced by $350. Jump on this! $1,900/mo. For more information, contact Quran Deas at qurand@citysitesny.com or 212-300-1289.

Large, bright two-room studio apartment available in a 3-story brownstone located at 72 Clermont (between Park and Myrtle Avenue). Amenities include hardwood floors, beautiful renovations, close to Fort Greene Park and the Farmers Market, and a short walk to all Downtown transportation, Myrtle Ave shopping ,restaurants and cafe’s. Only 12 days on the market. $1,500/mo. For more information, call Denise Cherry 718-290-0717

This cozy two-room studio apartment located on Cumberland St and Lafayette Ave is in one of the most desirable buildings in Fort Greene. It’s a pre-war beauty with pressed-tin accents and unique features throughout. The unit itself boasts original crown moldings, hardwood floors, and lots of storage. The studio faces onto Cumberland Street between Lafayette and Dekalb, one of the most beautiful and neighborhood-like blocks in Brooklyn. Fort Greene Park and the weekly Farmers’ Market are half a block down, along with a slew of nice restaurants along Myrtle Avenue. Only six days on the market, and the price already has been reduced by $100. Grab this before it’s too late! $1,525/mo. For more information, contact Brian Blessinger at brian@lookpropertynyc.com or 347-761-5017.


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