4314 4th Avenue #2R
- 1 BATHS
- BUILT 1921
Large 2 room studio in the heart of it all, Apartment gets plenty of light, 1 flight up, separate renovated windowed kitchen , nice stall shower bathroom and good size closets, this is easily the size of a 1 bedroom with an open fell to it, this is a must see apartment, Great Living room / Kitchen combo Stainless steel appliances,. Bedroom nook fits a full/queen size bed. Baseboard heating. One...
- Pet friendly
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Often when a street is designated as the border between two neighborhoods, it can feel arbitrary: The east side of Vanderbilt (Clinton Hill) and the west side (Fort Greene) honestly don’t seem that different, to pick one example. Then there are other areas where it feels as if maybe some neighborhood borders are missing. A case in point is Sunset Park, which is three neighborhoods in one: a largely industrial area west of the Gowanus Expressway, a Hispanic area inland from it, and, along the border with Borough Park, a mostly Chinese area that is sometimes referred to as Brooklyn’s Chinatown. Forming the spine of Sunset Park, Fifth Avenue embodies the diversity of the neighborhood, and you can make your way through many of the cuisines of Latin America before taking a detour for Chinese dumplings and noodles. It’s a lively area, in marked contrast with Sunset Park’s most famous landmark, Green-Wood Cemetery.Sunset Park Neighborhood Guide