75 Clinton Street Packs In Rental Residents: 90% Capacity

Brooklyn Heights rental property 75 Clinton—at the corner of Montague Street (above Rite Aid)—is 90% leased, with 66 of the 74 units spoken for. Units hit the market in early May 2012. In January, owner Dallas-based investment firm Invesco flipped the nine-story property from condos to rentals, citing the “booming rental market,” with plans to market the units from $2,800 to $7,000 a month.

According to Brownstoner, studios, one- and two-bedroom units have more than met demand, with monthly prices of $2,362 to $11,000 per month. Streeteasy lists three on the market for $11,000, $4,100 and $2,550 a month. Among building amenities: a 24-hour doorman, common rooftop terrace with harbor and Manhattan views, a fitness center and bike storage room. The Corcoran listing is here.

When the building was originally destined to be a condo, units were priced at $519,820 up to $1,699,000.

(Photo: Chuck Taylor)

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  • Gerry

    If you take cabs this is a great place to live one can always get a cab on Clinton street

  • Wiley E.

    Gerry, you should move there. They have a hot dog vendor on the corner all the time. He has been there for years!

  • Mr. Crusty

    and there is a mini “aquatic center” with all the melting ice in front of Garden of Eden

  • Rick

    … and on Clinton Street, a flat green outdoor velodrome… called a bicycle lane.

  • hicksanthrope

    Ugly Building. Too bad.

  • Gerry

    @ hicksanthrope – right it is ugly Wiley E and Crusty suggest we give up a grand brownstone on Montague terrace @ Remsen Street for a dump like this – NO WAY!

  • Rick

    The contrast is especially noticeable when you see that the building is surrounded on three sides by beautiful buildings – St. Ann’s Church, the Chase bank building, and the building across Clinton from 75 Clinton.

  • http://chucktaylorblog.blogspot.com/ Chuck Taylor

    Your correspondent is the one that deemed it “a saltine box” some time ago… and i got my legs chewed off for insulting the damn building. i haven’t changed my opinion!

  • Hicks St Guy

    how the hell can you have any water views from this place?

  • http://n/a Barbara Shernoff

    I agree…..the building is ugly-an eye sore—no character, bland, awful.
    Out of place in the Heights.

  • Rick

    I went to their website and I have to admit that while it is quite ugly on the outside, the inside does have some attractive views of St. Ann’s Church. And I guess if one owns a car, a garage being right there would be a plus.

  • Jorale-man

    Meanwhile I’ve seen what appear to be some first tenants entering the building on the corner of Clinton & Joralemon Sts that also just went on the market. I don’t know which is the better deal if you’re a renter but neither is particularly aesthetically pleasing.