Spend your stay in NYC in a modern 700-square-foot condo in one of the best neighborhoods in Brooklyn: Park Slope. Two blocks from three main subway lines. Walking distance of tons of Brooklyn neighborhoods. 15 minutes to subway to Manhattan. Luxury building.
You'll be staying in a sun-drenched 700-square-foot, 1 bedroom/1 full bath condo in a luxury Park Slope building.
-12-story building at the corner of 7th Street and 4th Avenue (border of Park Slope and Gowanus)
-1 block from Park Slope's (voted most livable neighborhood by New York magazine) main drag full of restaurants, bars, and shopping (https://www.airbnb.com/locations/new-york/park-slope)
-15-minute walk to Prospect Park
-20-minute walk to the new Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets
-next to the up-and-coming Gowanus neighborhood with a host of new restaurants and bars on 3rd Avenue (https://www.airbnb.com/locations/new-york/gowanus)
-walking distance to Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Prospect Heights, Fort Green, Brooklyn Heights, Red Hook
-two blocks from three major subway lines (R/F/G trains)
-gourmet kitchen: gas stove with convection and power burner, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, toaster oven
-full tub in the bathroom
-queen-sized pillow-top bed that sleeps two more than comfortably + couch that can sleep one
-terrace access with outdoor seating and views of most of Manhattan
-42" HDTV (no cable)
-rooftop access with ample seating and 360-degree views of Brooklyn and Manhattan (you can see the Statue of Liberty). This is one of the few "high-rise" buildings in south Brooklyn, so you'll be getting access to one of the best views available.
-modern gym with elliptical machine, stationary bike, treadmill, circuit training unit, free weights, yoga and plyometric training gear, flat-screen televisions with cable
You will have the apartment all to yourself, and full access to all the amenities.
I am always available via email or phone. If you need suggestions of things to do in the neighborhood, or Brooklyn/Manhattan/New York in general, I'm happy to provide. I can especially recommend non-touristy things to do, and non-touristy places to eat or visit.
This is a quiet, family-friendly, walkable neighborhood near the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn, (email hidden)ly restaurant and bar scene. Park Slope has been named New York's most livable neighborhood.
It's 15 minutes door-to-door to lower Manhattan (East Village, West Village, Lower East Side, Soho, Chinatown), and 25 minutes to Midtown, on the F and R trains. 20-30 minutes to North Brooklyn or Queens on the G train. Local buses also run in the area. The closest CitiBike station is at 4th Avenue and Dean Street.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$1100 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$5000 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||12:00 PM (noon)|
Better Than A Boutique Hotel
My family and I stayed at Joyce's wonderful apartment between Christmas and New Year's Eve. It could not have been a nicer experience.
The building, itself, appears to be brand new. The well lit and appointed lobby is welcoming; having the vibe of a boutique hotel. Couple this with the large furnished rooftop deck, with it's fantastic views of Brooklyn and Manhattan, plus a well equipped gym and you quickly realize that few establishments can compete with what Joyce has to offer.
However, it's Joyce's actual unit that is a step up from most hotels. Her generous one bedroom offers more room and amenities than most hotels. It's large windows allow for a lot of light that adds to the spacious feel. The balcony has great views of Manhattan, despite only being on the fourth floor. Street noise was non existent.
The kitchen is modern and roomy with new full sized stainless appliances. There is a Bosch washer and dryer IN THE UNIT, not down the hall. We were able to watch TV on her flatscreen via an iPad (via our own adapter), though she also has a (website hidden) Chromecast. Her WiFi was fast according to our sixteen year old.
Most importantly, the bathroom is new. The tile work is clean and modern as are the fixtures. Water pressure is terrific and is hot on demand.
One of the apartment's best features is Keiko, Joyce's cat. She is sweet, affectionate and playful. Being former "cat people", we were looking forward to staying with her. She couldn't have been a better roommate.
The Gowanus / Park Slope location was virtually perfect. It is a short two block walk from a subway stop with three train lines. Plus there is a very well stocked bodega on the corner which we visited several times.
Being our first airbnb experience, we had no idea what to really expect. After staying at Joyce's apartment, I can say it surpassed all of my expectations. It is a real gem.
Thank you, Joyce.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.