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  • Writer's pictureAlan Lupiani

Exciting New Development Rental Building at 865 Rogers Avenue in Brooklyn

Introducing 865 Rogers Avenue Flatbush’s most refined new addition!

This boutique haven in the heart of Flatbush offers the peak of cultured style and outstanding convenience in the heart of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhood. Be the first to live in this chic and spacious beauty. The collection of studios, one- and two-bedroom residences offer solace from the crowd and an unparalleled lifestyle package for the urban modernist. Enjoy working out in the contemporary gym, take advantage of individual bike storage and Basque in the oasis of the exquisite landscaped common roof deck with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline and bridges.

This fantastic property enjoys modern originality and thoughtful layouts. Each residence bestows an immediate sense of space and light; state-of-the-art finishes blend flawlessly together to create a classically modern home. Wide plank white oak hardwood floors, electric vented washer/dryers, LED lighting, and generous closet space abound.

Contemporary kitchens, crafted with practicality and beauty in mind, offer a Blomberg appliance package with dishwasher, microwave and stylish belted black pendant lighting. Beautiful granite countertops in crema white set against shimmer gray backsplashes and custom white wood cabinetry read clean and bright. Immaculate and brand new, the bathrooms feature classic penny tile floors in an updated black and white pattern set against square subway tiled walls, with deep soaking tubs, and custom mirrored vanities containing plenty of storage space.

Discover Prospect Park South often cited the area as “Brooklyn’s best-kept secret,” bordering the east side of Prospect Park and down the road from the Brooklyn Botanic ardens Prospect With a substantial and attractive historic district, and subway stops for three express trains. The area is comprised of numerous, free-standing homes with lawns and trees, an area of Brooklyn that is reminiscent of the suburbs. Nearby Prospect Park is the ‘Central Park’ of Brooklyn; it is a sanctuary -far more rustic than its tourist heavy sister park but with no shortage of park amenities including live music and concerts, shows, artwork for sale and of course plenty of picnicking spots to just chill.

A thriving commercial zone is a stone’s throw away along both Flatbush Avenue and Church Avenue, with a surge in new bars, restaurants, and specialty coffee shops. Prospect Park South is 50 minutes to Midtown and 40 minutes to Downtown. The 2 and 5 train stops at Winthrop or Beverley Road and the Q at Church Avenue. Buses 45, 65, 71,67, and 67 serve the area.

*Photos of model units representative of finishes, please review floor plan for exact layout.


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