Adam America Real Estate Development has released several additional units at its exquisite new Crown Heights rental development, 409 Eastern Parkway. With generous living spaces and a wealth of exciting amenities, 409 Eastern Parkway provides the perfect spot to work and play.
Like something out of a modern-day Rockwell painting, 409 Eastern Parkway is idyllically located on Brooklyn’s quiet, tree-lined Eastern Parkway at Bedford Avenue. It was designed by Issac & Stern Architects, with interiors by Durukan Design, and has a total of 186 units in studio and one- to two-bedroom floorplans.
The modern residences feature open layouts and chef’s kitchens with a full suite of high-end stainless steel appliances. Select units come with in-unit Bosch washers and dryers, and some also feature private balconies or terraces.
New to the market, unit 220 is a quiet, courtyard-facing one-bedroom apartment that is the ideal oasis to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. It is available for $2,660 net per month.
Unit 226 is a large, east-facing unit that includes a spacious private terrace for entertaining or relaxing, and is also available for $2,660 net per month.
409 Eastern Parkway has three levels of luxurious amenities, including a landscaped central courtyard and residents’s lounge with an expansive co-working space for added work-from-home convenience.
The building’s rooftop offers not only dramatic skyline views, but plenty of lounging spots for power-napping and getting lost in a good book. Dining areas with barbecue stations and a wet bar make hosting duties nearly effortless.
The state-of-the-art fitness center is loaded with all the equipment active residents need to stay healthy and fit right at their doorstep. There’s also a separate yoga alcove to stretch and center your body before or after a hectic day at the office.
The Crown Heights neighborhood offers proximity to many mass transit opportunities, making commutes to and from Manhattan more dependable than some of its neighbors.
409 Eastern Parkway is a stone’s throw away from vibrant Franklin Avenue, where residents will find eateries with no shortage of local flavor, including Glady’s and Chavela’s. Since 2011, The Owl and Thistle General Store offers locally-made gifts. And residents can take in thought-provoking art at Five Myles gallery and performance space.
Many of Brooklyn’s most renowned attractions are a short walk away, including The Brooklyn Public Library, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park and the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket.
Available studios start at $2,430, one-bedrooms at $2,685 and two-bedrooms at $4,035. Private parking is available for a fee.
The Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive agent.
Call 718 878 1777 for more information.