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Location:Sutton Street | btw Nassau & Driggs Ave
Size:725 sq ft
Rooms:Price as advertised! - NO NET LEASE PRICING!
Price:$2300
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Location:Calyer Street | West Street
Size:950 sq ft
Rooms:Pay advertised price! - NO NET LEASE PRICING!
Price:$2900
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Location:North Henry Str | Meeker Ave
Size:650 sq ft
Rooms:Price as advertised! - NO NET LEASE PRICING!
Price:$1800
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Location:McGuinness Blvd | Meserole Ave
Size:700 sq ft
Rooms:LARGE 1 BEDROOM in Greenpoint - Close to everything!
Price:$1750
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Location:Lorimer Street | Norman Ave
Size:800 sq ft
Rooms:4
Price:$2400
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Location:Eckford Street | Driggs Ave
Size:800 sq ft
Rooms:Large Railroad @ Eckford Street and Nassau Ave
Price:$2400
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Location:Meserole Ave | Eckford Str
Size:800 sq ft
Rooms:LARGE APARTMENT - TOP FLOOR - CLOSE TO ALL!
Price:$2300
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Location:Union Ave | North 11th Street
Size:800 sq ft
Rooms:3
Price:$2450
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Location:Manhattan Ave | Norman Ave
Size:850 sq ft
Rooms:4
Price:$3600
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Location:Lorimer Street | Norman Ave
Size:800 sq ft
Rooms:Great Apartment - Perfect Lay Out!
Price:$2200
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Apartment hunting 101 It is imperative to walk through your potential new apartment before you move in. Don’t rush through your inspection of your potential new apartment. Be thorough and take your time. After all, it will be your home for at least the next year, make sure you choose a place that you know you’ll be happy with. If there are many things wrong with the apartment, you might just want to pass.

Look for:
1) Sufficient safety features should be in place.
2) Check out faucets, toilets and the pipes under kitchen cabinets for potential leaks in plumbing.
3) Check the water pressure in the unit. Also check the water temperature. 4)Run your hand along the outside of the window to check for drafts.
5) Look up at the ceiling for any water damage. This may indicate either a leak from outside or very careless upstairs neighbors.
6) Locks should be sturdy and not wobbly.
7) Turn off and on all lighting inside the apartment to check for electrical shortages.

Good Luck!