122 Vanderbilt Avenue

Lavish, two-bedroom condo apartment available in a brand-new building available at 112 Emerson Place (between Park and Myrtle). The condo features high ceilings, top-of-the-line, modern finishes, microwave, a spa-inspired bathroom, marble-tiled, deep-soaking tub. Building also has bike storage, finished roof deck and a gym. Cafes and bars very close by. $2,495/mo. For more information, contact Israel Gold at Solidgold@thejnet.com.

A two-bedroom apartment is available at 160 Quincy Street (on the corner of Bedford Avenue). The unit includes one bathroom, stainless steel kitchen appliances, central air and heat, hardwood floors. And it’s close to the C and G trains. $2,300/mo. For more information, contact, David J. Adams at dadams@rapidnyc.com or 646-824-8388.

This massive two-bedroom duplex penthouse loft is incredible! Located at 122 Vanderbilt Avenue (between Park and Myrtle), it comes with all the amenities you’d expect for luxury living. Sun spills from the floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room by day and offer beautiful views by night. The second floor mezzanine looks on to the living room. The kitchen in clean and modern, featuring earth tones and high gloss European cabinetry, glass tile back splash, high end stainless steel appliances. There are 2.5 bathrooms, featuring glass and textured tile, brushed aluminum fixtures, modern sink and baths. The penthouse features a stackable washer/ dryer, individual climate control, is pre-wired for high speed internet access, video intercom, abundant closets, as well as its own balcony and private terrace. Building amenities include elevator, video intercom, alarm system, roof deck, parking, and storage. $4,495/mo. For more information, contact Jessica Milton at Jessica.Milton@miradorrealestate.com or 646-406-8903.


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