Animal house: pet-friendly apartments in Greenpoint, Lefferts Gardens and Bushwick

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Moving with a roommate in tow is hard. Moving with three roommates and a small dog is even harder. Here are some spots for those who want to treat themselves and their loved ones to apartment hunting on a budget.

  • Let’s start with this gorgeous Sunset Park 2 BR for $1,900, described by the realtor as “handsome,” just like you, or your boyfriend, or your future boyfriend. The possibilities are endless! The place is newly renovated, with high ceilings, tons of light, community WiFi, and – get this – a dishwasher. Bedrooms are on opposites sides of the apartment for minimum hearing of unseemly roommate bedroom noises.


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  • This 4BR on Linden Street in Bushwick goes for $2,500 and comes with two – count ’em – two bathrooms, so you’ll never have to worry about someone flushing while you’re in the shower. Other bonuses include proximity to the Myrtle/Wyckoff L and M stops, and a one-pet policy. Sorry cat ladies, you need not apply.


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  • If you and your two friends want access to both McGolrick and McCarren Parks, you might wanna check out this 3 BR in Greenpoint for $2500 located about eight minutes away from the Nassau stop on the G. Comes with a shared backyard in which your pets will be free to roam.


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  • Feel fancy living two blocks away from Prospect Park for just $2000 in this 3 BR spot on Flatbush Ave. Perks include a large living room and a formal dining room (again, because you’re fancy), as well as access to the Q. Pets accepted on a case-by-case basis, which is excellent for your very argumentative Chihuahua.

Check our real estate listings for a whole bunch more of apartment deals around Brooklyn.

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