$1,410 / Mo
No security deposit option
No security deposit option
This place is deposit-free for
qualified renters!

Stuyvesant Heights

Co-living / 662 Madison St, Brooklyn, NY 11221, USA

The Stuyvesant Heights House is located in the historic Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn. This Renaissance Revival-style home epitomizes historic Brooklyn architecture, with high ceilings, large windows and exposed brick throughout. THE LOCATION This coliving house is located in the historic Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood, filled with historic Brooklyn brownstones along tree-lined streets, and within walking distance of plenty of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. The closest subway station is Utica Ave., served by the A and C trains and just a 11-minute walk away, followed by the Kosciuszko Street Station, served by the J train and just a 12-minute walk away. Multiple bus lines also serve the neighborhood. You can reach the exciting Lower East Side neighborhood in less than half an hour, as well as Lower Manhattan in 30 minutes and Midtown Manhattan in 40 minutes. THE SPACE This house is a six-unit property with hardwood floors, updated appliances and exposed brick throughout. The kitchen and common areas are open, with high ceilings and exposed beams, and the bedrooms have large windows to let plenty of light in. The apartments are all furnished with everything you’ll need for work and play. The space is move-in ready


Private Bedroom
$1,360 One-Time Refundable Security Deposit
$1,410 / Mo
2 Guests
1 Full Bed
Shared Bathroom
  • TV

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$1,410 / Mo + $1,360 One-Time Refundable Security Deposit

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  • TV

Property Amenities

  • Laundry on site
  • Shared Kitchen
  • WiFi

Cancellation Policy


Confirmed bookings are non-cancellable and non-refundable. If you move out earlier than the agreed term of your stay, you will still be responsible for the monthly payments in accordance with the agreement and may forfeit the deposit.


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Bedford-Stuyvesant is nestled in the north-central part of Brooklyn and is a bustling home to various shops and businesses. One of the most unique qualities about this neighborhood is the Victorian architecture that lines the busy streets, as well as its strong tribute to Brooklyn’s African American culture. Bedford-Stuyvesant serves as a historic district in the area as the home of the Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church and many other buildings and churches built between 1870 and 1900.

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$1,410 / Mo