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The Denizen

123 Melrose Street, New York, 11206, NY

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The Denizen Description
From the moment of entry, Denizen Bushwick provides a new kind of space, it’s lobby creates a sense of community, rich with local art, innovative architecture and layered vistas of the parks, retail and recreational spaces available. Spanning two city blocks, this pair of eight story buildings is a 900 hundred unit rental community that extends far beyond the definition of an apartment complex. It is bisected by a pastoral public park and has an innumerable amount of upscale amenities and perks.

The Building Amenities include:

Rooftop Pet Run

Mini Golf

Beer Brewery

Wine Brewery

Tenant Lounge

Dog Spa

Kids Room featuring rock climbing

Community Chef’s Kitchen

Conference Rooms

Parking

Bike Storage

Experience Coordinator

Doorman, Concierge and Package Area

Cold Storage

Co-working space

Private Art Studios

Green Market Area
The Denizen was built in 2018.
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio $2,299
Studio $2,299
Studio $2,348
Studio $2,659
1 bed / 1 bath $3,091
1 bed / 1 bath $3,186
1 bed / 1 bath $3,265
2 bed / 1 bath $3,335
2 bed / 2 bath $3,750
2 bed / 2 bath $3,999
2 bed / 2 bath $4,925
3 bed / 2 bath $4,969
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
The Denizen Amenities
Community Level
Concierge Service
Outdoor Space
Door Person
Swimming Pool
Storage
Business Center
Garage Parking
Elevator
Roof Deck
Residents Lounge
On Site Laundry
Fitness Center
Onsite Management
Wheelchair Accessible
Zumper Select
User Reviews
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
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Wesleyan
Great for recent graduates
I lived in East Village right after college for 3 years and it was great. Lots of young people, great restaurants and bars. Relatively inexpensive compared to NYC prices. Highly recommend anyone looking to move to NYC.
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BC, Rutgers, NYU, Columbia
Alphabet City
It's a great area to live. It's one of the last places to have gentrified in Manhattan proper. Amazing places to eat and the subway is only about 9 min walk away.
unknown user
Stanford, UPenn, JPMorgan Chase
Old building, but great location
Building is old, but the location is great. Close to Grand Central. Grocery store and dry cleaners are on the same block. Gym in the building. Very quiet.
unknown user
RIT
Great getaway in the East Village
I lived in Stuy Town with my girlfriend, and we loved it. It was accessible to all the fun of the east village - bars, restaurants, etc. - and union square. It was also a quiet getaway from the rest of the city and a good value.
unknown user
Carnegie Mellon
RIvergate
Pros: Good, cost effective building, great view of the river, easy to find taxi (unless its raining) Cons: Right by FDR, so traffic can be loud; building only washes windows once a year, ten minutes away from public transportation
unknown user
Johns Hopkins, Stanford
safe area, mildly convenient, close to fun
Apartments in this area are generally nice and it is safe. Convenient to grocery and drug stores, but not convenient to the subways (only close line is the L). Not in the center of fun, but a short walk to the fun part of 2nd and 3rd ave. Also a short cab ride to Soho/EV.
unknown user
UPenn
Good location for those out of school
Great access to work if your office is in Midtown but has a lot going on compared to Murray Hill.
review user
UPenn
Clinton Hill A-Okay
Clinton Hill is a small neighborhood sandwiched between Ft. Greene and Bed Stuy. You're close to bars / restaurants in both Ft. Greene and Prospect Heights, and not too far from the Atlantic-Pacific subway stop. It's kind of like Ft. Greene Jr... not quite as nice, not quite as convenient, but a little bit cheaper. Highlights: Beny's, Hot Bird, Waverly Wu
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
East Village? Go farther East!
I lived here for two years and it was by far my favorite spot in Manhattan. You're a little further from the subway but the apts are bigger. You're right next to the river which is a great place to run. Ave C is totally safe (seriously, I did the research and more crimes occur in the middle of the village).
unknown user
UCLA
Nice entry to Manhattan
This is a great place to live if you're new to NYC because it feels sort of like a smaller community and is surrounded by acres of parkland. Yeah, the subway access isn't the greatest but the apartments are huge!
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