34 Berry is a luxury rental apartment building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 34 Berry overlooks McCarren Park, and opened in April 2010. Apartments feature gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, full-size washer/dryer and many feature private outdoor space. Building amenities include attended lobby with coffee lounge, rooftop terrace, fitness center, Berry lounge with roofdeck and game area, bicycle storage and more.
Units and Pricing
There are currently 14 available units at 34 Berry, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. The lowest priced unit is a studio listed for $1,820/month, while the highest priced unit is a two bedroom listed at $3,840. One bedrooms range in price from $2,500 to $3,025. The median price for current rental listings at 34 Berry is $2,480; for previous listings, it’s $2,372.
Features and Amenities
Apartments feature gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, full-size washer/dryer and many feature private outdoor space. Building amenities include an attended lobby, a lobby lounge with coffee bar, large screen tv and computer station, a landscaped interior courtyard with wifi, a Berry Lounge with wet bar, Wii gaming station, billiards and roof deck, an onsite fitness center, and on site parking garage, bicycle storage and additional tenant storage. The building is pet friendly.
Residents at 34 Berry enjoy McCarren Park, which the building overlooks, right across the street. They’re just a short walk away from the L train at Bedford Avenue, which whisks them into Manhattan in no time. 34 Berry is also close to the Brooklyn Brewery, the Brooklyn Bowl, Berry Bard, 3rd Ward Creative Space, Brooklyn Industries and more.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
34 Berry is a brand new building with a perfectly centralized Williamsburg location. If Brooklyn is the new Manhattan, Williamsburg is the new East Village, and the neighborhood has become the “it neighborhood” for young, hip and artsy folk. 34 Berry offers luxury apartments drenched in sunlight, and a lot more bang for your buck than you’ll find in Manhattan.