Brooklyn no fee apartments are tight these days.
The Brooklyn marketplace has never been hotter. But a quick search of the RDNY.com database reveals at least 30 Brooklyn no fee apartments are currently available – and some are quite a good value in the market! The key to finding a great no fee apartment in New York is to be open to new ideas and new neighborhoods. Let’s show you some of the gems we’ve picked out of the crowd…
Transportation by subway around Brooklyn is generally very good. Sure everyone would like to live in Brooklyn Heights or Cobble Hill or Park Slope, but Brooklyn is so much more diverse than that.
Get out and discover what a wonderful surprise you find in Fort Greene. While you’re there, you must visit Junior’s Restaurant. If you don’t think their world famous cheesecake is out of this world delicious, you should consider leaving New York.
One of my favorite Brooklyn neighborhoods is Clinton Hill. There is hardly a neighborhood in New York with more charm than Clinton Hill. Home to Pratt Institute and St. Francis College, there is a wonderful mix of young college students and the old neighborhood stalwarts. Plenty of cafes, restaurants, and some of the most beautiful architecture anywhere in New York City.
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