These studio Apartments are located in thriving and convenient at Lawrence street. The access to transportation separates this area from the rest. You can be in Manhattan in less than 20 minutes via the A, C, F, 4, 5, 2 or 3 trains. There are a number of parks, restaurants, shops and grocery stores within blocks of our community.
This luxury high-rise known as the tallest building in the borough, offers apartments in Lawrence street, Brooklyn. A modern high-rise doorman building offering a gym, a garage, a children's play area and laundry facilities.
Our beautiful corporate apartments are designed with Italian cabinetry, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. Residents can take advantage of the beautiful rooftop sundeck and lounge with stunning views, the resident Lodge, on-site valet parking, bike storage and more!
The new residential neighborhood lies at the core of Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. Restaurants and shops are on every corner. The MetroTech Center and just about every subway line is accessible within 3 blocks including the Q Line which is only 4 stops to Times Square.
This luxury high-rise known as the tallest building in the borough, offers apartments in Lawrence street, Brooklyn.
•Outdoor Barbecue Grill And Or Picnic Area
•Billiard and Game Room
•Valet Dry Cleaning Service
•Frost Free Refrigerator
•300 Thread Count Duvet and Sheet Set
•Fluffy Hypo-Allergenic Comforter
•Four (4) Super Soft Pillows
•Pillow-Top or Featherbed Mattress
•IPOD Dock Clock Radio
•All Utilities and Expanded HDTV Cable Service, including HBO
•Local Phone Service
•500 Domestic Long Distance Minutes
•FREE High Speed Internet Service
•Bi-weekly Housekeeping Service
•Fully Equipped, Elegantly Appointed Kitchen with Microwave and Dishwasher
•Living Room Includes LCD Flat Screen TV, DVD Player, and Stereo
•Direct Bill or Major Credit Cards Accepted
Downtown Brooklyn serves as the borough’s civic and commercial center. Important looking people enter and exit this neighborhood's marble office buildings during business hours. Plenty of adorable shops and knick-knack stalls line Downtown Brooklyn’s main avenues, but the neighborhood noticeably settles down after the clock strikes five. Public transit options abound in Downtown Brooklyn, so getting anywhere else from here is a breeze.