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Common Dean

440 St Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, 11238, NY

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Common Dean Description
Common Dean is a Brooklyn Apartment located at 440 St Marks Avenue. The property features Studio rental units available starting at $1245. Amenities include On-Site Laundry. Heat Included, Internet Included, Water Included, Electric Included, and Trash Removal Included included. Contact us for a showing.
Floor Plans
Common Dean is a 1-unit apartment complex featuring Studio floorplans.
Layout Size Price
Studio $1,245
Studio $1,345
Studio $1,350
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Common Dean Amenities
Community Level
Fitness Center
Air Conditioning
Storage
Heat Included
Internet Included
Dishwasher
Furnished
On-Site Laundry
Water Included
Electric Included
Refrigerator
Trash Removal Included
Walk in Closets
Range / Oven
Microwave
Freezer
High-Speed Internet
Secured Entry
Media Room
free laundry
weekly cleaning included
essential supplies included
Pet Policy
Cats Not Allowed
Dogs Not Allowed
User Reviews
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
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Yale
Financial District
Amazing Japanese bakery on Murray St. -- would go there every Saturday morning. Also really close to 4 different subway lines.
unknown user
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.
unknown user
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
Boring building
The building leaves a fantastic first impression. The lobby is great as well as all of the shared space. Over time however, you realize that you are living in an old office building. It feels that way. There's no light whatsoever, there is nothing to do nearby in the evenings or on weekends. All of the added features (movie theatre, piano lounge, foozball, and ping pong) don't matter after the first week. It's quiet, but in a depressing way.
unknown user
High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies - #5 NEST NYC HS
#25 Ranked Nationally
review user
BK Heights - the BEST NYC neighborhood
Brooklyn Heights, specifically the 20 or so square blocks southeast of the promenade, has all the sophistication of Manhattan, some of the most beautiful brownstones in the world, all within a serenity found few other places in the five boroughs.
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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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Brown, McKinsey & Company, Stanford
Awesome area!
The LES is such a cool area with so many amazing bars, restaurants, and shops. It's also convenient to public transportation if you don't mind the FJ line. Try Clinton St. Baking Company. Don't be fooled by how this neighborhood looks by day. At night, this place is amazingly fun and hip and worth the rent you're going to have to shell out.
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
Fun but very busy and crowded
Thompson st. is relatively quiet compared to the rest of Soho, but you'll still have hordes of tourists walking around on the weekends. There's a neat old Italian community in this area. When you walk around, look up and you'll see old ladies sitting on their fire escapes next to Italian flags. Apartments are small and typically old. Soho is fun but I much prefer the East Village.
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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).
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