Feel Right at Home... 15 Jackson St.
To most, Williamsburg is like the lovechild of a big city and a small town. Just a bridge away from the Lower East Side and East Village, it is everything you want out of Manhattan, but with a smaller, more intimate feel. Populated by people of all ages and backgrounds, this neighborhood is a great place to find a wide array of restaurants, parks, music, nightlife, and weekend activities, all in one place. Plus, amazing views of the Manhattan skyline right at your disposal.
Our apartment for rent at 15 Jackson St. is right at the center of it all! A very modern building, conveniently located right off the expressway, with new wood floors and rooftop access (and views others dream of).
Complete with an elevator, laundry room, and a gym in the building, this brand new apartment has everything you need to make city living a breeze.
We currently have rooms available for rent in our 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. With our flexible lease terms of 3-12 months, this could all be yours, and for the time frame that works best for you!
Already a tenant and know someone who may also like to live here? Refer them! If they become a Roomrs tenant, you will receive a $100 off next month's rent as a bonus!
Want to Know More About Williamsburg?
If you’re looking for something to do or see, but don’t have anything specific in mind, Bedford Avenue has everything you’re looking for and more. Or you can head to one of the many breweries and bars in the area, like Brooklyn Brewery, Berry Park, Radegast Hall, or Freehold Brooklyn.
Williamsburg is also overflowing with parks and recreational facilities. At McCarren Park you can find plenty of basketball courts, baseball fields, tracks to run, grassy areas to relax, and even a public pool. You could also try East River State Park, for views of the water, and a taste of Smorgasburg, the seasonal food festival open on Saturdays.
Or venture over to the new Domino Park. Built next to the old Domino Sugar Refinery, this 6 acre park has something for all ages, with dining like Tacocina, playgrounds, fountains, fields, dog parks, and even community activities like volleyball and bocce.
The area also has renowned restaurants like Peter Luger’s Steak House, Egg, and Lilia. Given all of that, the neighborhood may be best known for its abundance of unique music venues and event spaces, like Nighthawk Cinema, Brooklyn Bowl, The Knitting Factory, Baby’s All Right, Rough Trade, Output, Union Pool, House of Vans, and Music Hall of Williamsburg.
If for some reason Williamsburg doesn’t have everything you want and more, you can hop on the G, L, M, or J trains to be in Manhattan, Queens, or another part of Brooklyn in a matter of minutes.
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