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THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT    RENTED
Cross Streets: Front St (Dumbo)   Web ID 10827

Financials

Rent: $6,750 /month
Terms: 0 - 12 Months
Available: Immediately

Essentials

Type: Condo
Size: Three Bedroom
Rooms: 5
Beds: 3
Baths: 2.5
Doorman: Yes

Features

Building

Fitness Center
Roof Deck
Type: High-rise
Age: Postwar
Access: Elevator
Service: Full Time Doorman

his is it!!! Your New Home! This 3bed 2bath has spectacular views great sunlight, and tons of room. You would love this apartment as well as the neighborhood. Apartment Amenities: -Central A/C, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer/Dryer, Mable Bathrooms, Granite Counter tops, and Floor to ceiling windows. Building Amenities: - 24/7 door man services, Elevator, Garage, Free gym, Bike storage, Media room, Children playroom, 2 roof decks, Private storage facilities, Pets (Yes). Neighborhood Amenities: DUMBO, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is a neighborhood in the New York City, New York borough of Brooklyn. It encompasses two sections; one located between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, which connect Brooklyn to Manhattan across the East River, and another which continues east from the Manhattan Bridge to the Vinegar Hill area. The neighborhood is part of Brooklyn Community Board 2. Jerry Seinfeld once referred to DUMBO on a late-night talk show appearance, joking that it stands for "Down Under Manhattan Bridge," but that New Yorkers arbitrarily added the "O" at the end because they didn't want to have a neighborhood called "DUMB." - Points of interest The area has emerged as one of New York City's premier arts districts, with a cluster of for-profit art galleries and such not-for-profit institutions as the performance space, St. Ann's Warehouse, the BAC Gallery, the A.I.R. Gallery, and the Dumbo Arts Center. Chef Jacques Torres opened a chocolate factory in DUMBO in December 2000.[3] Other culinary businesses in the area include Grimaldi's, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, the River Café, and, in the One Old Fulton Street building, Pete's Downtown Restaurant. All of these businesses cluster in Fulton Landing, which is also home to Bargemusic, a floating venue for classical music. The first public space in the neighborhood was Fulton Ferry, followed by Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park. Brooklyn Bridge Park, a joint state/city venture presently under development, was launched in 2006. THIS APARTMENT IS A MUST SEE CALL DAVID DUNCAN FOR EXCLUSIVE VIEWING!!! Call David K. Duncan at 917-560-2702 today to view this great apartment home, I work with all the best buildings in the city and can find you the apartment that will not just be the next place you live, but your next home!!

Kathy Dourigan

Kathy Dourigan

Licensed as: Kathleen Dourigan

Web Id: 10827

Office 212-627-7800  
Fax 212-627-8150

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