Cool Loft in Brooklyn New York 10 Minutes to Manhattan 150 QM Designer Moebel

Cool Loft in Brooklyn New York 10 Minutes to Manhattan 150 QM Designer Moebel

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juin 2008


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We offer a large and beautiful Loft in the center of Brooklyn New York. We have two bedrooms. There is one living room, one study (with a sofa where 2 people can sleep), and a large kitchen where all the family can eat. It's a very big apartment and a typical Parisian apartment, with wooden floor, much space every room, and decorations on the top floor.

Wir bieten ein wirklich tolles Loft mitten in Brooklyn New York zum Tausch aber auch zum vermieten an. Flaeche 150 qm mit zwei Schlafzimmerns mit Air Con und Radern. Ich habe Designermoebel, einen Imac mit 20 Zoll und 20 MB Leitung,einen tollen Fernseher und Musik. Sie sind in weniger als 15 Minuten mit dem Rad in Manhattan oder zahlen weniger als 12 $ mit dem Taxi. Gute Infrastruktur fuer Party, Einkaufen und Essen

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  1. I am 42 you can see my Pictures on www.loftwg.de. I have a little Dog thats clean and make no Problems

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Brooklyn is sometimes referred to as the borough of neighborhoods for its many well-defined neighborhoods, many of which developed from distinct towns and villages that date back to its founding in the Dutch colonial era in the early 1600s.

Today, Downtown Brooklyn is the third-largest central business district in New York City, after Midtown Manhattan and Lower Manhattan.[4] It has many commercial towers and a rapidly increasing number of residential buildings.

The northwestern neighborhoods between the Brooklyn Bridge and Prospect Park, including Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Clinton Hill, Vinegar Hill, DUMBO (an acronym for "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass"), Fort Greene, Gowanus, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Red Hook, are characterized by many nineteenth century brick townhouses and brownstones. These neighborhoods include some of the most gentrified and affluent neighborhoods in Brooklyn, along with ample subway lines, cultural institutions, and high-end restaurants.

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