613 40TH ST, Apt Garden

$2,000

Sunset Park

1 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

1

Bed

1

Bath

3

Rooms

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Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

Have the entire floor to yourself as you make this 1 bedroom apartment your new home. With a washer included and a private entrance, you'll be living large with almost 1000 sqft to work with. Live right next to Sunset Park and enjoy the best views of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan Skyline. Heat, Hot Water, Gas- ALL INCLUDED. Only pay your electric bill.

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Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 613 40TH ST

1910

Year Built

2

Apartments

2

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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Sunset Park, located between Park Slope and Bay Ridge, is the epitome of a melting pot neighborhood. It’s home to numerous thriving immigrant communities and is especially appealing to those who have been priced out of brownstones in more affluent neighborhoods like Park Slope and Carroll Gardens. True to its name, Sunset Park is nestled on an elevation that lends itself to unparalleled views of downtown Manhattan. Sunset Park is evolving to cater to a younger crowd — Industry City, art galleries, The Brooklyn Flea, and more are all enticing cultural highpoints that could sway residents who prefer the artisan comforts of city living.


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