Sail through the coldest winter months in a luxury parkside rental with amenities galore: 123 on the Park in Prospect Park, Brooklyn has pretty much everything a hibernating New Yorker could need to fend off cabin fever during a polar vortex. Start your day with some sun salutations in the yoga studio then head over to the state-of-the-art fitness center for a workout. Later on, you can enjoy a round of billiards or game of ping-pong in the residents’ lounge, then curl up with a book or tablet by the lobby fireplace. With a kid’s playroom to boot and free Wi-Fi in the common areas, there’s something for everyone.
Brooklyn may have some trendy restaurants but they’re up against some stiff competition from the meals you could be preparing in your own gourmet kitchen. Each of the Andres Escobar-designed studios, one, two and three-bedrooms apartments and duplexes at 123 on the Park have white high-gloss cabinets, Misty Carrera Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances. Naturally, Fresh Direct has access. And while you’re cooking you could be doing a load of laundry (or three) in your own washer/dryer since each apartment has its own.
If you do venture out, you can sample the weather first from building’s furnished roof deck then take advantage of Prospect Park, located just outside your front door. With skating rinks, tobogganing hills, the Prospect Park Zoo and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the 585-acre park may just be the best backyard the city has to offer. Check it out for yourself. Prices start at $2,379 (net effective rent) for a one-bedroom .
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