Map of 566 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11217,
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Welcome to 566 Baltic Street Beautifully renovated rental residences in the heart of enchanting Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Surrounded by historic architecture, this fantastic building provides the very best of modern luxury and prewar elegance. Inside, spacious units offer exceptional features including contemporary finishes, dark stained hardwood floors, large closets and transoms for optimum natural light. Kitchens offer a full suite of sleek stainless steel appliances, including dishwashers, alongside dark custom cabinetry, white Caesarstone countertops and ultra-modern glass subway tile. Bathrooms feature stunning, wall-to-wall Carrera marble with rainfall showerheads, custom vanities, marble floors and deep soaking tubs. Brand new recessed lighting highlights the tall ceilings and generous, open layouts.
Boerum Hill is home to some of NYCs hottest independent boutiques, restaurants and nightlife, located just a few blocks away on lively Atlantic Avenue. Catch a game or concert at the Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets. Meet your friends for brunch or cocktails at Sheep Station, a laid back neighborhood caf specializing in simple, fresh and authentic Aussie fare. Experience the wealth of historic and cultural attractions at your fingertips, including the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum and magnificent Prospect Park.
Heading to Manhattan? There are nine subway lines just a short distance away at the Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street station at the eastern end of Boerum Hill, five at the Borough Hall/Court Street station, two at the Bergen Street station and easy access to the LIRR.
This unit is located at 566 Baltic St, a apartment in Gowanus. Built in 1931, this pre-war low rise property has 8 units.