No-Fee Family-Size Concord Village Rental With Parquet, Views in DoBro Asks $4K a Month

Few would call it quaint, but this postwar white box rental in the well-known Concord Village co-ops in Downtown Brooklyn could make a practical and livable home for a family. It’s on the 14th floor of 195 Adams Street, one of the seven 17-story buildings that make up the 1950 complex.

Recently renovated, the two-bedroom, two-bath apartment has parquet floors, simple white walls and views. (Although the latter are interrupted by nearby towers.) There is plenty of space for a wall of bookcases in the living room, where they would draw the eye to the window.

A dining nook leads to the revamped kitchen, which has plenty of cupboards, granite counters and dishwasher. The bigger of the two bedrooms has an en suite bathroom with shower.

In the hall, a classic, mostly white bathroom has colorful blue accent tile and a bathtub. There are five closets.

With 1022 units, the full-service complex has doormen, supers and a security force. There is also shared laundry, a playroom, garden, gym and — with waitlists — parking and additional storage.

The spot is close to Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo although separated from the surrounding areas by busy roadways. It is zoned for PS 8, according to the listing, a coveted school in Brooklyn Heights.

The no-fee unit is available November 1, and tenants must be approved by the board, says the listing, from Allie Tessitore of Compass. The monthly rent is $4,000. Decent deals?

[Listing: 195 Adams Street #14J | Broker: Compass] GMAP

foyer of unit 14j at 196 adams street in downtown brooklyn

kitchen of unit 14h at 196 adams street in downtown brooklyn

exterior of 195 adams street

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