The Market

No-Fee Apartment of the Week: $2,800 rent-stabilized one-bedroom in Park Slope

By Lucy Cohen Blatter | March 29, 2013 - 2:12PM 

This $2,800 one-bedroom in Park Slope is rent stabilized and across the street from Prospect Park. Not a bad combination.

Pros: Aside from those mentioned above, the apartment seems to be generously sized. Plus there's a washer-dryer in the apartment.

Cons: We're pretty sure this is a walk-up and find it curious that there's no photo of the bedroom. Perhaps it's really small.


No-Fee Rental of the Week showcases an apartment that’s currently on the market and is being offered with no broker fee (otherwise known as the holy grail of New York City rentals). For tips on how to find more no-fee apartments, check out the The 8 best websites for finding a no-fee apartment in NYC and our Guerrilla Guide series.

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