Do you think there are any similarities in Brooklyn Heights rentals and Fort Greene rentals? I would think there are more differences than similarities. The two neghborhoods have different cultural and historic backgrounds, but they do have a few things in common, I mean other than being neighborhoods in the NYC borough of Brooklyn. One commonality is both neighborhoods have luxury apartment buildings managed by Two Trees Management. There are, actually, 12 Two Trees properties in New York City, 4 in Brooklyn Heights and 1 in Fort Greene.
300 Ashland is the name of the property in Fort Greene, which makes the address easy to remember, 300 Ashland Place. Residents, of the 35 story, 379 unit building, have only been moving in since September of 2016. In the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District, there are more than just the standard amenities that attract new residents. In the building there are art exhibits on display, a public library you can visit, and 4 cinemas to watch movies. At the top of the list, when talking about resident amenities, woud be the 29th floor health club with state of the art cardio equipment, a free weight area, and a yoga studio. Second on the list would be the rooftop sun deck with an outdoor yoga area. The other amenities are pretty common, except for the parking garage, a 24 hour front desk concierge, 24 hour doorman, a bike room, and a package room. I almost forgot…the building is pet-friendly, but you’ll have to check the pet policy to find out about sizes and breeds.
The interior apartments are designed to match the quality and luxury of the common areas. For example, there is a 629sqft 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment available for $3231 per month. You enter by using the keyless electronic apartment access. Immediatley to your right is the bathroom with Hans Grohe bathroom fixtures. Look down at your feet and you see the white oak hardwood floors. As you proceed through the entry way, passed the bathroom, you have the washer and dryer, and next to the washer/dryer is a closet with custom shelving. Now you have two options, continue forward or veer to the right. OK, forward it is. You have now entered the bedroom. A good size space at 11′ x 12’6″, notice the blackout shades on the windows that go as high as the ceiling. The bedroom has a walk-in closet, that backs up to the closet and washer/dryer that you saw in the entry way. Coming out of the bedroom and turn left, you notice the stainless steel kitchen appliances that line the wall at the front of the apartment. The living room is about 13′ x 16′, and has solar shades on the windows. The bedroom and living room have ceiling mounted LED energy efficient track lighting.
If you would like additonal information about available units at 300 Ashland, please visit the website at http://twotreesny.com/building/300-ashland.