Leasing Begins at The Giovanni in Downtown Brooklyn, Rents From $2,379 Plus a Month Free

Posted On Wed, June 1, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, June 1, 2016 By In Apartment Deals, Downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene, New Developments, Rentals

John Catsimatidis’ Big Apple Group has kicked-off leasing for The Giovanni, the latest addition to a quartet of rental buildings ushering in more than 1,000 units along a once underutilized section of Myrtle Avenue. Located at 81 Fleet Place within the crossroads of bucolic Fort Greene and thriving Downtown Brooklyn, the recently finished 15-floor building is comprised of 205 no-fee apartments with retail space along its lower levels.

Like its sister buildings, the Andrea and the Margo, Dattner is the building’s architect and the firm has configured a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, many featuring balconies or roof terraces.

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Fort Greene, NYC rentals, Brooklyn apartments

For a limited time, the marketing team is offering renters one month free on new leases. CityRealty currently lists 23 apartments available, ranging from studios with net effective rents (NER) starting at $2,379/month upwards to a spacious one-bedroom unit on the 14th floor listed at a NER of $4,121/month.

Top-floor apartments provide dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River bridges, and corner units are outfitted with large floor-to-ceiling windows. Floors are sheathed in dark maple and open kitchens are equipped with Caesarstone countertops, a four-piece stainless steel appliance package, and blue glass tiled back-splash. Bathrooms are clad in white tile and have Toto, Grohe and Kohler fixtures. Homes also have large closets and a Bosch washer and dryer.

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Roof Deck Giovanni

Building amenities include a full-time doorman and concierge, 2,000 square-foot fitness center, yoga/personal training studio, a screening room, a children’s playroom, bicycle storage, tenant storage, on-site parking and a landscaped and furnished third floor deck with barbecue area.

The Giovanni is pet friendly and is situated steps away from doggy-paradise, Fort Greene Park. The DeKalb Avenue subway station serving the B-D-N-Q-R trains is nearby and the building is close to the Barclays Center, Fulton Mall, Metrotech, Atlantic Center Mall, the Farmers Market at Washington Park, BAM and the Fulton Street Mall.

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