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Colorful & Carefree: Co-Living in Crown Heights

Posted by Franki Hanke on May 4, 2020
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Co-living in Crown Heights might sound like the newest reality television or sitcom to come to Netflix, but this scene is as drama-free as it gets. It doesn’t make good TV, but it does make moving easy.

Living & Co. is our new co-company which simplifies finding a new apartment with fully-furnished spaces and inclusive amenities so your focus can be on scoping out the best coffee shop nearby, not fitting a couch through the door Ross-style. Pivot! At our new co-living building at at 635 Sterling Pl. in Crown Heights, we have 29 rooms available.


Insta-Ready, Instantly

Colorful accents brighten our new building for co-living in Crown Heights.

Living & Co. properties are fully furnished apartments with colorful, contemporary style. The properties at 635 Sterling Pl. are sun-drenched and airy. Color balances against clean design and modern furnishings.

The combination of a neutral backdrop and ample, airy white space with an infusion of color creates a space that’s both vibrant and soothing. After all, home needs to be inspiring and relaxing in equal parts.


Bedrooms in our new space for co-living in Crown Heights are doused in sunlight and accented with brick walls.

The touches of original brick in many bedrooms add grungy industrial flavor juxtaposed to the clean white of hotel bedding. Plus, it’s the perfect backdrop for selfies or, better yet, cat photos.

The decor and furnishing themselves, which come included, are modern yet inviting. Metal accents tie in the industrial roots while adding a nice shine when sunlight floods through the windows. Pops of yellow from an armchair or throw pillow infuse sunshine into the room while the blue undercurrents ground the space with a zen quality.

Style & Function, In-Unison 

Color brightens up the entry to our new co-living space in Crown Heights. It’s not all good looks though. Living & Co. spaces come with all the modern luxuries you lust after. With a smart lock system that unlocks with either your cellphone or a code, you don’t have to worry about losing your keys three times a day. 

Once you’re inside, it doesn’t stop there. Whether you’re bingeing Tiger King or lost in a Disney+ vortex, a smart TV in the living room will keep you streaming seamlessly. The included WiFi helps keep the connection non-stop. Thank goodness there’s linens included since re-watching The Office just might win out over unpacking. Don’t worry, Living & Co. is meant to make co-living in Crown Heights this easy. 

The fully equipped kitchen at our new co-living space in Crown Heights. When there’s a break in the stream sesh, the kitchen is fully equipped for all those homemade sourdough loaves and banana bread recipes. We’re partial to this one ourselves, which can only be cooked with a soundtrack of Gwen Stefani: B-A-N-A-N-A-S.

Eventually, when the lack of clean pants demands it, there’s still no reason to leave the house with in-unit private laundry. So, put it off until you’re running cycles in that old camp shirt. No judgement. 


Commute Quick, Order In

No matter how comfortable this space is for staying in, sometimes it’s worth going out. So they say,  at least. When there is reason to head out, the two, three, four, five, and S-train are three blocks away for an easy commute. Get to Manhattan in 20 minutes. 

Grab some Coconut Milk Tom Kar just a block away at Sweet Basil or just order in straight to the door. Either way, it’s quick and close. If Thai food didn’t win the coin toss tonight, there’s ample options within walking distance: Italian, Caribbean, Vegetarian, Vietnamese, Jamaican… There’s enough options to leave the kitchen untouched for weeks at a time without getting bored. It still comes fully equipped, even for the takeout connoisseurs. 

Co-Living in Crown Heights, Simplified 

On top of full furnishings, all utilities are included in the rental price alongside WiFi and a monthly cleaning service for shared spaces. Imagine not arguing with roommates about who’s going to tackle that scrubbing. Rent starts at $1300 for a 12-month lease. Price changes for shorter terms, but let’s talk those deets together. 


Interested? Learn More

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, we are following strict guidelines for health and safety. We are conducting virtual tours and our Instagram is poppin’ with apartment walk-throughs, so you can find home without leaving home. 

To learn more about Living and Co. or 635 Sterling Pl. for simplified co-living in Crown Heights, contact Brooklyn Rents. We’re here to find home. 


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