Anyone know of short-term sublets in Manhattan or Brooklyn areas... from October through December. looking for myself. just need place until my brothers paperwork goes through for an apartment he is buying. I model. Im 30. workpart time as a personal trainer. I have a girlfriend in the city so Id have no guests over......and I don't smoke or drink. I also cook but am extremely clean.
460, 5th Street, 460, 5th Street, New York, New York, United States
The water ferry is the best way to get around in nyc. Only $2.75 a ticket. They have a bathroom with a bar and snack available for purchase. If your looking to get to dumbo from Williamsburg this is way quicker than taking the subway into the city then back into brooklyn.
78 Prospect Park West is my
favorite pre-war exclusive building. Turn of the
(20th) century classic meets 21st century modern at the residences. This majestic, 6-story, pre-war
building offers exclusive rental apartments.
I have a 2 bed with a stunning park view and a large 3 bedroom
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392 Clinton Ave is perfectly situated in the heart of Clinton Hill. Enjoy evenings in the neighborhood patronizing local dining establishments or listening to live music at institutions like Cmon Everybody.
Clinton Hill offers a laid-back energy, genteel
atmosphere that's perfect for families. Snag one of the many coveted brownstones or historic mansions and you might never leave.
Fun fact: Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. the Notorious B.I.G., also grew up in the neighborhood, on St. James Place.
I have a 1 bedroom available this month in the building for $3700. Let me know if your interested.
Beautiful 2 bed 1 bathroom in Park slope going for $4000. There is an in unit washer and dryer along with a dishwasher. Have tons of natural light and is across the street from the R, F and G train. This is a NO BROKER FEE unit. The market is crazy right now and I know it hard to find the right place. Please let me know if you need help with your search.
461 Dean Apartments
I fell for everything in the earlier review and decided to sign a lease at 461Dean seven months ago. Since it's a new building, there wasn't much information available in terms of existing reviews. But, I loved the location, loved the unit I decided to move into, and generally liked the people I met in the building. I will say, I still do like the staff in the building (although some are better than others) and the leasing team was great (which is what motivated me to sign the lease). It's the property management team that's sits in their cushy offices and cares only about bottom line and not people, that I'm wary of.
I'm not sure what additional research or verification I could have done to avoid this terrible experience, but for the last six weeks, I have had water flowing into the apartment from the ceiling near my window, whenever it rains. That has basically meant coming home to water all over the floor in my tiny studio, which is terribly inconvenient and scary. I travel a lot as a working professional, and neither the building nor renters insurance will cover any damage to my personal belongings as a result of a building construction issue.
Still no resolution in sight and I'm basically stuck in a lease, where management won't make alternative arrangements for me and have proposed penalties if I opt to move out. Great way of locking someone into a lease and forcing them to stay in an unlivable unit; instead of actually taking care of a tenant when inconvenienced by a poor-construction building issue.
Lesson I've learnt: all that glitters is not gold. There is not much I can do with the fancy fixtures or the great views, when day to day living in a space I pay above-market rent for, is such a pain.
Can't wait for the lease to end and not sure what more I have to endure at 461Dean! I know I'm never coming back to this building or for that matter any of the buildings constructed by this developer and managed by FirstService Residential New York.
Barclays Center Photo Workroom, New York, New York 11217, United States
About Instrata Park Slope
I lived at Instrata Park Slope for 3 years. I reluctantly moved out only because of COVID changes requiring my family to work from home. We now need 3+ bedrooms.
It's in a great location on the edge of Park Slope and Gowanus giving you the mix of Park Slope convenience and Gowanus eclectic. A few blocks from Barclays with access to all trains.
The building is beautiful and very well maintained. The apartments are on the larger side square footage wise than other new construction. There is an amazing amount of closet space and well thought out living space. The walls, ceilings and floors are very well insulated. I rarely heard a neighbor above or next to me. The building has a large gym (w Peloton), yoga room, indoor social space and many outdoor social spaces. There are 2 elevators which both work 98% of the time.
Parking!! There is a fairly large garage under the building, easy access and convenient.
Management & Maintenance: Buzzuto
I have not had many issues while living here other than the occasional light bulb needing to be replaced or me locking myself out. The Instrata Team (management, maintenance, porters and doormen) are a great group. Each person is very friendly, responsive and professional. They work hard to keep up the luxury standard of the building when it comes to service and building appearance.
Arias Fitness Center, 150 4th Ave, New York, New York 11217, United States
Sweet Polly is my NUMBER ONE recommendation for a cocktail bar; impressive and creative menu, lovely ambiance, delicious nibbles. Their menu is always evolving and they show the type of glass each cocktail comes in, I LOVE when bars do that! This is an ideal date spot, too 🍹🍸