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Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn

Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn

Our Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn will prove to be a good choice for those traveling to New York City for extended periods of time. Brooklyn is one of the most historic places in New York and we have several serviced and furnished rentals here for you to pick from. Having your own rental in Brooklyn means greater freedom to enjoy your NYC trip just the way you want along with all accompanying amenities and facilities that make life simpler. 

Brooklyn is a major New York City borough that overlaps with Kings County and is named after Breukelen, the Dutch village, sharing its border with the Queens borough at the western tip of Long Island. Brooklyn has various tunnel and bridge links with Manhattan over the East River and Staten Island through the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. Brooklyn was earlier known as an independent city until the 1st of January, 1898 when it was consolidated with several other towns, cities and counties for establishing New York City. The culture of the Brooklyn borough, however, continues to be unique and distinctive and several neighborhoods are flag-bearers of diverse ethnicities, communities, cultures and ways of life. The official motto of Brooklyn which is showcased on the flag and seal of the borough is Eendraght Maeckt Maght which translates into Unity makes strength from the original Dutch saying. 

From the initial few decades of the 21st century and onwards, Brooklyn has witnessed a cultural and infrastructural renaissance of sorts, transforming into a hip and avant-garde locality of NYC. It has seen huge increases in real estate prices along with rapid gentrification. From 2010 onwards, Brooklyn has become a major entrepreneurship and technology hub with several startups and it is also synonymous with cutting-edge design, postmodern art and architectural flair. 

Finding Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn 

You will find several Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn if you browse through our expansive portfolio of properties in the neighborhood. Some of the ones worth considering include: 

These are only some of the furnished rentals that you can check out in the neighborhood. You can also take help from our award-winning reservations team to find the best Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn with all the amenities and locational benefits that you desire. Our team will help you enjoy a comfortable and memorable stay in Brooklyn, New York. 

Why Book Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn? 

You should definitely consider booking Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn since they give you a lot more freedom, convenience, flexibility and privacy as compared to conventional hospitality accommodation options. Enjoy the additional space of your own rental along with luxurious furnishings and fixtures and comfortable beds. The facilities are top-notch including fully functional kitchens, all necessary appliances and whatnot. You can enjoy more comfort at your own home in NYC for extended stays here. Additionally, our rentals are centrally located and well connected to major public transit facilities, neighborhood attractions and major places of business. 

Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn for Corporate Travelers

If you are a business or corporate traveler, you may seriously consider Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn. These units give you the space and freedom you require for a more comfortable New York trip. Our rentals offer adequate space and privacy while helping you recharge yourself impeccably after a hard day at work. From comfortable living rooms where you can brainstorm with colleagues or sip a chilled beverage or two to lounging on the couch with flat-screen television and cable for company, you can do it all here with aplomb. Complimentary Wi-Fi helps you stay in touch with friends and family without any hassles. You can also enjoy rustling up meals with fully equipped kitchens as well. Our apartments will help you readily access public transportation networks and major commercial and business hubs nearby. 

Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn for Leisure Travelers

Leisure travelers and families will greatly appreciate our Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn for various reasons. Not only do our rentals give you extra space for the whole family including the kids and in-laws or parents, they will also offer all the amenities you require for a comfortable stay in NYC. These cover everything from bathroom amenities and fully functional kitchens to complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. Along with the flexibility and freedom that you will not find elsewhere, you will also enjoy proximity to major tourist landmarks, historical sites, cultural institutions and public transportation facilities. Staying in Brooklyn also means that you will find the very best bars, cafes, restaurants, shopping streets and art galleries nearby. 

Facilities Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn 

There are several amenities and facilities available at our Downtown furnished rentals in Brooklyn. Some of these include: 

  • Air conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services
  • Intercom systems 
  • Flat screen television
  • Cable packages
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer dryer machine
  • Microwave

Some apartments also have additional onsite facilities including swimming pools, conferencing facilities, community lounges, cafes, bars, sauna and Jacuzzi, spa facilities and restaurants. It all depends on several parameters including the type of apartment, specific location and so on. 

About Brooklyn 

Brooklyn has a unique vibe of its own, being one of the 5 boroughs of NYC and is separated by the East River from Manhattan, aligning with Kings County nearby. It is located near Manhattan and linked to it via three bridges, a vehicular tunnel and multiple tubes for rapid transit. These go to Long Island and Queens through parkways and by the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge till Staten Island. The very first settlement took place here in 1636 courtesy of Dutch farming families and this was subsequently followed by other settlements arising in Wallabout, Flatlands, Gravesend and the Ferry along with Breuckelen which came about in 1645. 

Such future settlements include Flatbush, New Utrecht, Williamsburg and Bushwick. The American Revolutionary Battle of Long Island was fought in this location on the 27th of August, 1776. The area was incorporated officially as a village in 1816 and in 1834, it became a city. In 1855, Bushwick and Williamsburg were annexed to this city and other communities were also absorbed likewise. Brooklyn turned into a New York City borough on the 1st of January, 1898. Brooklyn is hugely industrial and residential while handling a major amount of ocean-bound traffic. 

Brooklyn is also the western terminus for the Long Island Rail Road. There are several well-known educational institutions here including the City University of New York, State University of New York, Long Island University and more. Various colonial-era churches exist till date in Brooklyn including the Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims while key attractions include the Brooklyn Museum, Children’s Museum, Botanic Garden and Arboretum. Some of Brooklyn’s famous natives include Ira Gershwin, the lyricist, composer George Gershwin, writers Norman Mailer and Arthur Miller and filmmaker Woody Allen. 

Top Attractions Near Our Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is home to a bevy of attractions for tourists. Here are some of the top ones that you should definitely check out: 

  • Luna Park - Situated in Coney Island and named after the original version which was tragically burned down in the year 1944, this amusement park was once called The World’s Largest Playground and is one of the best attractions in Brooklyn. It has three big fairgrounds with several attractive rides along with several new games like the Cyclone Roller Coaster and the iconic Funny Face Tickler Ride on Coney Island. There is a dedicated scream zone along with family rides, go-karting and a system of Luna Cards which can be used for spending on rides as opposed to spending in only cash. 
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park - Stretching alongside the East River in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bridge Park covers 85 acres along the waterfront and has been immaculately revitalized over the years. The park covers 1.3 miles through the shore and integrates the famous Brooklyn Piers between 1-6. The Fulton Ferry Landing is also present here along with the Empire-Fulton Ferry and Main Street Parks. Along with snapping the gorgeous views, you can indulge in a number of things here including volleyball, basketball, boating and soccer among others. There are several playgrounds for kids along with Jane’s Carousel as well. 
  • Brooklyn Flea - Brooklyn Flea has now expanded into a major NYC attraction and is affectionately called mother of all markets with its outdoorsy vibe, hundreds of local vendors and almost everything on offer from vintage apparel and furniture to handmade arts and crafts, jewelry and antiques. Smorgasburg is also housed here, a huge all-food market that is held every Saturday at Williamsburg and on Sundays at the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Gourmet food lovers will like the artisanal offerings here. 
  • Brooklyn Historical Society - Founded by the famous Henry Pierrepont back in 1863, the BHS is where you will get interesting glimpses into the 400-year-old cultural legacy and history of the neighborhood. The majestic 19th century building in Brooklyn Heights aside (designed by George Post), you will love the slew of artifacts here along with the Othmer Library, museum and educational center. There are several programs and initiatives here that will suit diverse audiences including lectures, history and current affairs programs, musical events, plays, walking tours and reading sessions. The Othmer Library is where you will find a vast collection of atlases, historical maps and genealogy collections alike. 
  • The Ford Amphitheater - This is the most popular venue for live entertainment in Coney Island and is located along the famous Coney Island Boardwalk. The site previously housed the famous 1923 Childs Restaurant which has been completely renovated as well. There are several cool musical performances taking place here throughout the year including top draws like Counting Crows, Sting, Peter Gabriel and more. Kitchen 21 here comes with a rooftop bar and unique cocktails for visitors to enjoy. 
  • BLDG 92 - BLDG 92 is the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center which is situated alongside the East River at Wallabout Basin. This is a special museum, visitor center and exhibition venue that commemorates the history of the iconic naval yard. Once a highly active military shipbuilding facility in the USA, this uniquely themed museum is now a major tribute to the importance of the role of the Navy Yard in the industrial, cultural and naval history of the country. Run by the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, the museum has several attractive exhibits, programs and displays on offer here. 
  • The Muse Gowanus - The Muse Gowanus is the sibling studio of Muse Brooklyn in Bushwick, offering a great platform for upcoming and established artists alike to exhibit their offerings. The uniquely themed studio commemorates performance arts in circuses, providing courses taught by leading professionals in this industry. Participants can take courses ranging from hula hoop, juggling, trapeze and aerial skills to more fun activities. There is a special free play time when visitors can experience the magic of circus performances and focus on a little relaxation as well. Drop-in times here are based on donations, enabling visitors to pay whatever they are able to for a lifetime experience indeed. The annual summer camps are a hit with the children here in June and August. 

Best Restaurants Downtown Furnished Rentals in Brooklyn 

There are several top restaurants that foodies will absolutely love in Brooklyn. These include: 

  • & Sons - & Sons was opened by an ex-sommelier from Per Se at Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Everything here is just perfect, right from the hundreds of exclusive wines on the list to the rotating and delicious country hams. You should not miss out on the Tennessee or Kentucky smoky ham here at comparatively reasonable prices, complete with sides of cornichons and cornbread madeleines. You can pair it with cheese plates as well. 
  • Rules of Thirds - Rule of Thirds is a great place to enjoy a casual dining experience and is a fabulous Japanese joint at Greenpoint. This is tiny yet charming with high ceilings and blonde wood along with the best sake in town. The dishes include several favorites like Tonkatsu and crunchy radishes. 
  • Bolero - Bolero is all about the best Vietnamese food and has chefs coming from the best high-end joints including Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Benu at San Francisco. This spot is a few steps away from the Bedford L-Stop and is ideal for group dinners and dates on weeknights. There are several shared plates at affordable prices while hand radios play charming 50s Vietnamese music in the background as well. The pork belly braised in fermented fish sauce and served with quail and hen eggs will melt in your mouth splendidly here. 
  • Taqueria Al Pastor - Taqueria Al Pastor is a signature joint offering the best tacos and other delectable treats in Bushwick. It comes with delicious tacos accentuated with crispy pork strips and pineapple cubes along with some of the best beef you will ever find, i.e. seasoned excellently and with a garlicky touch. The Carne Asada is even better as a result and is cut into diamond chunk-esque portions. The guacamole here offers a lovely flavor and so does the home-made corn tortillas. You will love the intimate yet flavorful dining experience here. 
  • Ms. Ohho - Ms. Ohho is a casual and comforting neighborhood Korean joint which has earned immense popularity in the neighborhood. The space is almost like a lovely coffee shop although the menu has several home-style dishes from Korea with authentic flavors and cortados. Greenpoint is where this restaurant is situated and the next time you desire a casual breakfast or solo meal or even a comforting dinner, you can sample the spicy pork jjambong here along with bulgogi bibimbap along with bucket loads of vegetables for company! Talk of sheer authenticity and this restaurant delivers superbly! 
  • Le Crocodile - Le Crocodile resembles a French chateau and has an affluent, historic and charming vibe at its location in the Wythe Hotel at Williamsburg. The French dishes are simple yet appealing here and you will love the roasted half chicken with a big chunk of fries for company. Have a filling meal here or try other top picks like leeks with hazelnuts, escargots, chilled pate with bread chunks and more. Desserts are also splendid at this exquisite Brooklyn restaurant. 

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