Live a Bright Life in Ocean Hill for Less Than $2K Per Month

2175 Bergen Street
2175 Bergen Street via Streeteasy

Ocean Hill, Brooklyn
🛏 1 bed  🛁 1 bath
$1,795 per month

If it's time to find your own place, take advantage of pandemic price drops at this brand new building in middle of Brooklyn!

2175 Bergen Street sits at the intersection of multiple neighborhoods, with Crown Heights, Weeksville, and Broadway Junction surrounding the area. The building itself was built in 2020 and only recently opened, part of redevelopment adding more residential housing to this previously industrial part of Ocean Hill.

The real stunner are the interior finishes — You'll be living in new construction with clean, new appliances, all for a bargain-basement price! The modern kitchen has a black and silver color scheme that contrasts nicely with the light wooden floors and bright white walls. All of the apartment is brightly lit with floor-to-ceiling windows, and since this building is one of the tallest in the area, light streams in during the entire day. And you won't need to block those windows with a window A/C unit! There is a split A/C unit already installed that works with a thermostat.

As a bonus, the building includes amenities for residents, including on-site laundry, a gym, a courtyard, bike storage, and a virtual door attendant able to accept packages.

For more information and to schedule a tour, contact Daniel Nadew at Doorway NYC

2175 Bergen Street via Mapbox and OpenStreetMap
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Disclaimer: A Great Big City has no relationship with this property or brokerage and it is your responsibility to verify the property's accuracy. Be aware of housing scams and work with a reputable real estate brokerage when searching for a new home.


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