From $129 / night

Brooklyn, NY 11205
1 bedrooms
2 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Apartment
Per night: $145 - $160
Per week: $900
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Brooklyn vacation apartment rental
1,600 square fot loft in Fort Greene.
Minutes from express subway to anywhere in the city, 20 to Union Square, 30 min to Times Square etc...
2 blocks from Dekalb avenue with lots of restaurants and great cafes... 1 block from Fort Greene Park.

Our apt is fully furnished and very cozy. Lots of Persian rugs, chabby chic style
1,600 Sq ft, 11" high ceilings, very bright, windows in every room, bathroom
Large open living room with flat screen TV, cable TV, Internet, fully equipped open kitchen
Huge bedroom - queen size bed - and little guest area with another queen size bed. Perfect for couple, or up to 4 people (2 queen size beds)
Large bathroom w. bathtub, window
Washer/dryer room

Our asking rental fee includes all linen and utilities for 3 people. Any guest over 3 occupants, add another 40$ to daily rent.
Night = 160
Week = 900

Camille Bleue

Area Information
Fort Greene is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Fort Greene is listed on the New York State Registry and on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a New York City-designated Historic District. It is located in north west Brooklyn, above Prospect Park. The neighborhood is part of Brooklyn Community Board 2.

Sunset over the Monument in Fort Greene Park.
The neighborhood is named after an American Revolutionary War era fort that was built in 1776 under the supervision of General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island (McCullough 2005). General Greene aided General George Washington during the Battle of Long Island in 1776. Fort Greene Park, originally called Washington Park and Brooklyn's first, is also derived from General Greene's name and the neighborhood. In 1864, Fort Greene park was redesigned by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. The park notably includes the Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument and crypt, which honors some 11,500 patriots who died aboard British prison ships during the American War of Independence.
Fort Greene contains many superb examples of mid-19th century Italianate and Eastlake architecture, most of which is well preserved. Fort Greene is known for its many graceful, tree-lined streets and elegant low-rise housing. Fort Greene is also home to the Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower, the tallest building in Brooklyn. The neighborhood is close to the Flatbush Avenue train station and has access to most major subway lines.
It is also home to several important cultural institutions including the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Music School, The Paul Robeson Theater, The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA), BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn, UrbanGlass, 651 Arts performing center for African-American presenters, The Irondale Center for Theater, Education, and Outreach, and Lafayette Church. Brooklyn Technical High School is one of New York City's most competitive public schools. The world renowned Pratt Institute, in neighboring Clinton Hill, is one of the leading art schools in the United States.
Fort Greene is bounded by the Wallabout/Myrtle Avenue to the north, Flatbush Avenue to the west, Vanderbilt Avenue to the east and Atlantic Avenue to the south. Its main arteries are Fulton Street above St. Felix Street and DeKalb Avenue. The neighborhood is served by the New York City Subway at DeKalb Avenue (B Q), DeKalb Avenue (M N R), Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street (D M N R); Atlantic Avenue (2 3 4 5); Atlantic Avenue (B Q); Flatbush Avenue (LIRR); or the A C train at Lafayette Avenue; and the G train at Fulton Street.

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