WEB ID: 5968022

32 Fountain Avenue, 2B
East New York, Brooklyn, NY 11208


3 BEDS | 1 BATH | Condo

  • No Fee
  • 3 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • BUILT 2018

The Details
About 32 Fountain Avenue, 2B, East New York, Brooklyn, NY 11208

Welcome to 32 Fountain Avenue, a ground-up new development in East New York with 1, 2 & 3 bedroom rental residences. Apartment 2B contains a generous 3 bedroom layout with western exposure that overlooks the building's parking lot. Sizable rooms fit queen size beds while the living area provides plenty of space to dine and entertain. All units in the building feature central AC and heating, quartz countertops an...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

key features

  • Central air
  • Dishwasher
  • Excellent light
  • Great closet space
  • New Development
  • New windows
  • Pet friendly

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East New York

Founded in the 1650s as the Town of New Lots, today’s East New York was annexed by the City of Brooklyn in 1886 before becoming part of New York City in 1898. If you guessed that East New York got its name because of its location—found farther east than any other neighborhood in Brooklyn—you’d be correct. A merchant named John Pitkin wanted to signify the area as the eastern end of New York City, with the idea that it would rival and perhaps surpass Manhattan, and the name has stuck. While Pitkin’s plans never came to fruition in his time, the modern East New York is being revitalized, unconcerned with whatever is happening on the NYC “mainland.” A variety of new developments continue to grow, pointing the way forward for East New York’s future.

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