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150 Myrtle Avenue, #802

Condo | for Rent
Corner of Myrtle Avenue & Flatbush Avenue
WEB ID: 3326629
  • 1 BATHS

The Details

About 150 Myrtle Avenue, #802

**Owner Pays 50% of Broker Fee!! ** Premier studio available in Brooklyn's iconic Toren Condominium, with stunning views of Manhattan, North Brooklyn, Williamsburg Bridge and the East River. The apartment features exotic Brazilian Ipe Walnut floors throughout and light flooding floor to ceiling windows. The gourmet kitchen features granite counters and is outfitted with the latest in appliance...

key features
  • Pool with Skylight
  • Gym with Sauna
  • 24 Hour Attended Lobby
  • On-Site Attended Parking
  • Library-Lounge
  • Bi-Level Outdoor Roof Deck
  • Stretch Center Yoga Studio
  • Movie Screening Rooms

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150 Myrtle Avenue

150 Myrtle Avenue
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