Be a Part of Something Different... 467 Central Avenue
About a 30 minute subway ride outside of Manhattan, Bushwick is one of, if not the, biggest up-and-coming neighborhoods in Brooklyn in recently years. With its more industrial feel and art-lined streets, this neighborhood has been quickly gaining attention for its trendiness and creativity. Overflowing with galleries, hip restaurants, thrift stores, and event venues, Bushwick has learned how to appeal to a crowd of both locals and visitors alike.
Our apartments for rent at 467 Central Avenue in Bushwick are right in the heart of the magic. Just blocks from the adorable Irving Square Park, this apartment complex is our second building that is fully owned, renovated, and rentable by Roomrs. Recently redesigned and revamped by our interior design team, it comes complete with six separate apartments, each with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. We genuinely cannot express how excited we are about this new building.
Each apartment is decorated differently, with beautiful stained doors, unique tiling, refurbished wooden floors, and windows that bathe the bedrooms in natural light.
Not only that, but the building comes fully equipped with a video intercom system, all new appliances and fixtures in each apartment, a laundry room in the building, and rooftop access for a view of the entire city skyline. The first floor apartments are also multi-level, including a spiral staircase connecting the floors.
With our flexible lease terms of 3-12 months, a brand new place like this could be all yours, and for the time frame that works best for you. City living has never been so easy, but it's never been so stylish either!
Want to Know More About Bushwick?
The area is known for appealing to a diverse and eclectic group of individuals. With typically quieter streets than many other areas of New York, Bushwick is also great for car owners, bikers, and public transit riders alike. Regardless of your mode of transportation, it won't take you long to find plenty of places that will peak your interest nearby...
For art junkies and gallery visitors:
The Bushwick Collective - a gallery inspired by the area’s industrial roots, that promotes the use of graffiti as an art form
The Living Gallery - a gallery and event space working to unite people and inspire understanding through art
Wayfarers - an artist-run studio program and arts space supporting the development of experimental work through innovative exhibitions, lectures, screenings, and performances
... but the area is overflowing with options, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
For thrift store lovers:
For those who enjoy the weird and quirky:
House of Yes - a creative collective and nightlife performance space known for its unique, wide-ranging events and guests
Jupiter Disco -a sci-fi themed, retro, 80s-style disco
Theatre XIV - a burlesque-ballet troupe and bar
Bizarre - a self-described hip haunt with a clubby vibe for craft cocktails, creative snacks & edgy live entertainment
For the foodies out there:
Roberta’s - a trendy and well-known wood-fire pizzeria
Carthage Must Be Destroyed - a unique, communal-style dining experience known for its instagram-worthy ambiance and brunch menu.
For an outdoor experience and a taste of the historical must-sees:
Maria Hernandez Park - the largest community park in Bushwick
Irving Square Park - a stone's throw away from 467 Central Ave
The Lipsius-Cook House - one of the last historical buildings in the area, built in the 19th century, and filled with interesting history
For those who want a little bit of everything:
Kings County Brewers Collective - a spacious and creative brewery
Molasses Books - a rustic and cozy cafe and bookstore
Shops at the Loom - 20 boutique shops and stores, from a tattoo parlor and gallery space, to yoga studio and cycle shop, located within an old textile mill
Syndicated - a movie theater, bar, and kitchen all in one that features movies from cult classics to new indie films
Better Than Jam - a boutique filled with local, handmade products with a workshop offering classes related to textiles and craft arts
If You Couldn't Tell Already...
Although Bushwick has made a name for itself as a neighborhood filled with street art and up-and-coming bars and restaurants, it is safe to say it has more to offer than just that. The endless amount of sites to see and things to do make Bushwick a hot destination for people from all walks of life.
And the best part is, if you want to step outside of the neighborhood, Bushwick also has easy access to Manhattan via the J, Z, L, and M trains.
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* pictures of bushwick via: 1. clydefitchreport.com 2. houseofyes.org 3. robertaspizza.com 4. timeout.com *