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Rental Building News and Offers

All images courtesy of Rentopia All images courtesy of Rentopia
Leasing has begun at 150 Eagle Street, a new rental building in Greenpoint offering bargain-hunters studio- to three-bedroom apartments complemented by an ample suite of amenities. Designed by Karl Fischer Architect, the seven-story building finished construction last fall and houses 90 spacious, sun-soaked apartments plus more than 12,000 square feet of retail space. No fee availabilities handled by Rentopia have studios starting at $1,827/month, one-bedrooms from $2,484/month, and two-bedrooms from $2,667/month. Longer lease-terms are availble to lock-in these not-to-last prices.
Apartments have plenty of closet space, stainless steel appliances, dishwashers, and built-in air conditioning. Select units will have a private balcony or terrace. Amenities in the pet-friendly elevator building include on-site parking, a fitness center, bike room, co-working space, a recreation and game room, a laundry room, and a roof deck with BBQ grills. Local favorites for dining and inebriating include Lobster Joint, Tommy’s Tavern, Barley, and Troost.
The building is several blocks north of the Greenpoint Avenue station of the G train, and within bike/walking distance to the East River waterfront and McCarren Park. The corner Manhattan Avenue site previously held the furniture and appliance store, J. Joseph & Sons. According to city records, the business sold its three properties to Bruman Realty for $18.5 million in November 2015.

↓ While the building's exterior is cold and uninteresting, its tiered massing provides many outdoor space opportunities.

↓ At seven stories, the building rises higher than the walk-ups around it, providing most apartments with plenty of natural light.

↓ Kitchens have stainless steel appliances and dishwashers

↓ Every room has an A/C unit. There is suffice closet space and some bedrooms have access to a balcony.

↓ Custom-designed baths

↓ A spacious and chic lobby

↓ There is a mail room and package room for all your unwieldy deliveries

↓ A 2021 must: Business center and co-working space

↓ Communal lounge and party room

↓ There is a fitness room

↓ Apartments don't have washer/dryers but there is a common laundry room

↓ There are 36 on-site parking spaces in the basement

↓ For now, high floors provide sliver views of the East River and Manhattan skyline


Additional Info About the Building