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Rising eight stories above St. Marks Avenue between Franklin Avenue and Classon Avenue, 505 St. Marks is a brand new apartment development by Brooklyn-based landlord and developer Realty Within Reach. The building was designed by Isaac & Stern Architects and features a contemporary brick-clad facade broken up by large windows and in-set balconies for outdoor enjoyment. The mid-rise residence houses a total of 147 units and is now leasing a wide selection of energy efficient suites with sleek finishes and impressive features.

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The homes are priced from $2,200 to $3,990 per month and boast luxurious bathrooms, open living spaces, video intercom for security and kitchens with stainless steel Energy Star-rated appliances. Available suites include cozy studios with walk-in closets and outdoor terraces, one bedrooms with L-shaped kitchens and plenty of storage, and spacious two bedrooms with open concept floorplans and luxurious ensuites. No matter which unit you choose, you’ll enjoy standard finishes like Caesarstone countertops, hardwood floors, and large, bright windows with blinds.

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Residents will also have access to a wide array of in-house lifestyle amenities including a stylish residents’ lounge, billiards room and a furnished roof deck complete with a giant chess set and stunning city views. Plus, you can save on gym fees and take advantage of the state-of-the-art fitness center with cardio equipment and weights. Other amenities include on-site laundry, a part-time doorman, bicycle room and available parking for a fee.

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Living at 505 St. Marks means you’ll also be within proximity to an abundance of local amenities including the 585-acre Prospect Park, Barclays Center and the shops and restaurants in Crown Heights. And with convenient access to the S, C and A trains, commuting to other parts of the city is quick and easy.

To learn more about 505 St. Marks and to schedule a viewing, call 917 407 9676.

For more information visit 505saintmarks.com.

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