Friday Five: 5 Buildings in the Heart of Brooklyn Offering Free Rent

Posted On Fri, July 8, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, July 8, 2016 By In Apartment Deals, Brooklyn, Friday 5

Rental deals have become increasingly tough to find but they’re most definitely still out there. Starting today, every Friday 6sqft is rounding up five of the best deals showcased on CityRealty’s newly launched no-fee rental offers page, where NYC house hunters can find the latest and most generous concessions being offered by landlords across the city. This week, we’ve culled five fabulous buildings in prime Brooklyn that are currently offering FREE RENT on new leases. Among the offers ahead, check out a newly renovated two-bedroom with yard in pretty Carroll Gardens offering a month rent-free on an already reasonable $2,700/month price tag.

city point apartment

city point tower

Where: City Point, 7 Dekalb Avenue, Downtown Brooklyn 
Offer: Two months of free rent
Price: One-bedrooms from $3,257; two-bedrooms from $4,385

The first tower in Downtown Brooklyn’s game-changing three-towered complex known as City Point is offering incoming tenants two months of free rent with 14-month leases. The 27-floor building boasts sizable one- and two-bedrooms with features and amenities ranging from nine-foot ceiling heights, walnut hardwood floors, oversized windows, fully outfitted kitchens, upscale fixtures and finishes, and extraordinary views of the blossoming Brooklyn skyline.

365 bond gowanus

365 bond gowanus

Where: 365 Bond Street, Gowanus 
Offer: One month of free rent
Price: Studios from $2,492; one-bedrooms from $3,129; two-bedrooms from $5,446

The first phase of Lightstone Development’s massive rental on the Gowanus Canal is now renting studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms, with one month of free rent on new leases. The light-bathed homes are skillfully crafted by interior designer Mark Zeff and seek to accentuate the industrial casement-style windows of the structure. All units offer lots of light, modern kitchens, wide plank white oak floors, and Bosch washers and dryers.

32 Garnet Street, #1R

32 Garnet Street, #1R

Where: 32 Garnet Street, Carroll Gardens 
Offer: One month of free rent
Price: Two-bedroom without yard $2,600; two-bedroom with yard $2,700

Here’s a newly renovated four-story, eight-unit apartment building located in one of Brooklyn’s most cherished historic neighborhoods. For a limited time, renters can take advantage of waived broker fees and one month of free rent on all leases. Currently, two newly renovated spaces are available, both boasting exposed brick, hardwood flooring, beautiful French doors, and modern kitchens. The ground floor apartment has private access to a large backyard.

180-schaefer-street 1

180-schaefer-street

Where: 180 Schaefer Street, Bushwick 
Offer: One month of free rent
Price: Three-bedrooms from $2,704; four-bedrooms from $2,750

Newly renovated in Bushwick, this early 1900s townhouse-style home now features beautiful new apartments with hardwood flooring, high ceilings, custom kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The exterior also received an update and now boasts a modern, multi-shade aesthetic to fit the neighborhood vibe. All of the building’s three full-floor apartments are now available, each offering one month of free rent.

300 10th street

300-10th-street-2

Where: 300 10th Street, Park Slope 
Offer: One month of free rent
Price: Two-bedrooms from $2,746; three-bedrooms from $3,969

Live in leafy Park Slope steps from transit and countless restaurants and retail in a wonderful pre-war that’s been renovated to include new kitchens with stainless steel appliances, bright bathrooms, hardwood floors, and a washer/dryer in every unit. With no broker’s fee, these competitive listings are complemented by an offer of one month of free rent on 13-month leases.

For even more deals, check out CityRealty’s No-Fee Rental Buildings page.

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Neighborhoods : Bushwick,Carroll Gardens,Downtown Brooklyn,Gowanus,Park Slope

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