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248 Duffield St, Apt 6Z

$3,625

Downtown Brooklyn

1 BD, 1 BA
Apartment Details

1

Bed

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Concessions
No fee
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year
Property: 248 Duffield St

2017

Year Built

121

Apartments

7

Stories

A historic gem returns to Downtown Brooklyn. Introducing The Offerman House, where classic New York City flavor blends masterfully with modern style. An imaginative conversion envisioned by Greenberg Farrow Architects has transformed the former 1890’s department store into a sophisticated urban playground, featuring 121 authentic spaces designed to offer quintessential New York loft living in a one-of-a-kind building. We invite you to come explore this unique living experience in Brooklyn’s hottest neighborhood.

  • Fitness center Gym
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Community wifi Community wifi
  • Lounge Lounge
  • Package acceptance Package acceptance
  • Outdoor space Public outdoor space
  • Personal outdoor Roof deck
  • Verizon fios enabled Verizon fios enabled
About Downtown Brooklyn

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Located (ironically) in the northwestern part of Brooklyn, Downtown Brooklyn borrows some of its characteristics from its business-centered counterparts: Lower and Midtown Manhattan. Downtown Brooklyn is known largely for its office and residential spaces, but is quickly giving way to new residential spots and transformative conversions. Impressive federal buildings are a hallmark in this hard-working enclave. Here, residents sacrifice some green views (like trees), but reap the benefits of inexpensive real estate and evolving neighborhood development.


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