This Week’s Apartment Rental Roundup: Beach Edition

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Beach season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, but Summer is June 21 to September 21. Most people (myself included) think of summer as the former, not the latter, and so we’re nearing the end of 2016’s surf and sun. Fortunately, Southern Brooklyn has plenty to offer. Check out these deals:

1953 70th Street, #D
Available: Now
Price: $1,900/month
Size: 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom
Details: This large two bedroom has plenty of room, so you’ll never need to find an extra spot for all your beach gear, and I hope that includes a beach ball. There’s plenty of light in this beauty, and the bathroom is one of the nicest we’ve seen.
Contact: Joel Scharf LREB, Joel@Parkstonerealty.com

76th Street
Available: October 1
Price: $1,800/month
Size: 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom
Details: This two bedroom comes complete with a terrific, large living room that’s perfect to watch good movies (or The Beach) in. There are hardwood floors and the kitchen can even fit a table. Best of all, you’ll only be a single block from the D train.
Contact: Jennifer Gabay of Keller Williams NYC, 347-668-8928

1430 72nd Street #2
Available: September 1
Price: $2,700/month
Size: 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
Details: This Dyker Heights three bedroom steal comes with a newly renovated kitchen, outdoor space that includes two balconies, and a master bedroom. With 1,400 square feet, you have plenty of room to do whatever you’d like. Life is a beach when you’re in an apartment that’s this peachy.
Contact: Rory Feldman, (718) 921-3100, and debra.young@coldwellbanker.com of Coldwell Banker Reliable

If you know of a great place available for rent or sale, or are a broker representing a property you want included, fill out our real estate contact form here. Listings must be received by 6pm on Thursday for inclusion on Friday. For more information, call our Director of Sales and Marketing Dina Rabiner at 646-228-4151.

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  • PolishGuyFromBrooklyn

    1953 70th Street, #D for $1,800/month ! What a rathole ! This is the reason why people are moving out from NYC.

    • Casual Observer

      The kitchen can even fit a table!