Brokerlyn: Studio edition in Greenpoint, Fort Greene, Crown Heights, and more

Small space

A small studio in the back of the building in north Greenpoint. You’ll totally avoid the L train shutdown apocalypse. The listing doesn’t have photos of the rest of the space, but the text claims the kitchen has been updated.


Yes, that’s yellow tile

While the bathroom seems narrow and claustrophobic (we hope it’s bad photography), the studio itself seems rather sizable. The kitchen is rather minimal on counter space. This is an apartment under $1,300 after all.



A well priced studio… with a catch
Fort Greene

An affordable studio in a cute neighborhood? What’s wrong, you say? Well, the abode boasts a kitchenette (read: just a mini fridge, no stove/oven) and the apartment shares a bathroom with the studio next door.


All white
Crown Heights

This spot looks like it has a sizable double closet and a galley kitchen. Plus, it’s near all of the activity on Franklin Ave.


Hardwood floors
Sunset Park

The kitchen area looks pretty big (hello, counter space) and the super shiny hardwood floors ain’t too shabby either.

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