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A new 7-story rental residence has joined a dynamic block of buildings in Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy neighborhood. 740 Dekalb Avenue, suitably named The Dekalb, has launched leasing in the recently completed 37-unit building. The first four listings for the 1- and 2-bedroom market rate residences reveal images of model units and also offer a rental concession of one month free with 13-month leases. One-bedrooms are priced from $2,250/month and 2-bedrooms are priced from $2,750/month. The listings, courtesy of Halstead Property, advertise the net effective rate based on the first month free
Interiors have a neutral and contemporary design with oak floors and large windows, along with classic light fixtures and finishes. Each bedrooms is equipped with individual climate controls, kitchens feature stainless steel appliances with white quartz counters and custom cabinetry, and bathrooms have custom wood vanities with Kohler fixtures and Italian porcelain wall tile.
Amenities include a virtual doorman, a lobby lounge with secured package room, laundry facilities, a fitness center, bike storage, and a roof deck.
The new rental sits on a former empty lot on Dekalb Avenue between Marcy and Tompkins along the western edge of Bed-Stuy that borders Clinton Hill. The building was designed by Isaac & Stern, and permits list Level One Holdings as the developer. Located mid-block next to a school, it is among varying styles of residential buildings. Across the street at the renovated prewar 751 Dekalb, 3-bedroom apartments are listed from $2,700/month, and at the 2008-built 737 Dekalb, a 1-bedroom is listed for $2,100/month.
Friday, January 06, 2017
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