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101 NORMAN AVE, #1

Rental Building | rented
Between Manhattan Avenue and Leonard Street
WEB ID: 5315992
$4,000
  • 2 BEDS
  • 2 BATHS
  • PRE-WAR
  • BUILT 1899
  • N, S EXPOSURE

The Details

About 101 NORMAN AVE, #1

Two bedrooms, two baths, and the largest outdoor space in Brooklyn! Newly developed luxury building located just one block away from McCarren Park and 300 feet from the Nassau G train- The best part of Greenpoint!! Building highlights include: Large marble kitchen Hardwood Floors Extensive outdoor space with teak decking En suite bathroom Custom bathroom tiles Stacked Washer Dryer in unit!...

key features
  • Central air
  • Excellent light
  • Hardwood floors
  • Marble bath
  • Modern kitchen
  • New windows
  • Washer/dryer

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Get to know Greenpoint

Located in Brooklyn’s northwest corner, tucked above Williamsburg, Greenpoint has a small-town feel — and one with a Polish accent at that. The Polish community here dates to the 19th century, when immigrants arrived to work in the area’s shipyards, though it has been reinvigorated by waves of more recent arrivals. Polish restaurants and bakeries can be found throughout the neighborhood. They have been joined by newcomers attracted by an atmosphere that includes some of the best vibe of Williamsburg, in terms of new restaurants and bars — while, so far, avoiding some of the crowdedness. Running through the middle of Greenpoint, McGuinness Boulevard divides it into two distinct halves. The livelier western side is where you’ll find most of the restaurants and shopping, as well as the G train. In the eastern half, the atmosphere is quieter, and the feeling of being removed from the big-city bustle is even more palpable.

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101 NORMAN AVE

101 NORMAN AVE

Multi-Family Townhouse in Greenpoint

Between Manhattan Avenue and Leonard Street

0 UNITS
3 STORIES
1899 BUILT