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Parkside Brooklyn Luxury Apartments You've arrived at the Parkside Brooklyn. Modern luxury apartment rentals with 585 acres of lush, green open space right at your doorstep. Welcome. As you might have noticed, we're literally park-side by name and we are Brooklyn by nature. Nestled in a quiet corner opposite historic Prospect Park, we're a warm oasis of cutting edge comforts, perfectly designed for an after dinner stroll or morning coffee on the roof. Passing through the lush landscaped entry of Parkside, you then step into the cool serenity of the elegant lobby. Dynamic marble and wood curve, leading to state-of-the-art lounges and communal areas where modernity meets heritage. Throughout all six of our typical apartment layouts, the airy light of the park itself lives through sprawling windows and high ceilings. All of our no-fee apartments feature hardwood floors throughout with spacious closets and open plan kitchens. Come and explore. Our team looks forward to hearing from you. Check Availability


You can filter Brooklyn rentals by price, bedroom size, square footage and more. You can also check our rental listings in Brooklyn on the go by downloading Zillow's mobile app for rentals. Don't let the perfect apartment, townhouse or house for rent in Brooklyn get away.


Overlooking Sunset Park — the next hot Brooklyn neighborhood — a new standard in city living is rising. The Hamilton is five stories of luxury brand new, spacious, and well appointed rentals — at prices you just won’t find in Brooklyn anymore.


The Building Overlooking Sunset Park — the next hot Brooklyn neighborhood — a new standard in city living is rising. The Hamilton is five stories of luxury brand new, spacious, and well appointed rentals — at prices you just won’t find in Brooklyn anymore. With units available to move in, now’s the time to make plans to check it out. Come Tour Today Apply Now


Overlooking Sunset Park — the next hot Brooklyn neighborhood — a new standard in city living is rising. The Hamilton is five stories of luxury brand new, spacious, and well appointed rentals — at prices you just won’t find in Brooklyn anymore. With units available to move in, now’s the time to make plans to check it out.


The Parkside Brooklyn offers no-fee luxury rentals overlooking historic Prospect Park. Surrounded by prime neighborhoods like Park Slope, Crown Heights, and Carroll Gardens, our residents enjoy luxe living in their choice of studios, one, two, or three bedroom apartments and condos.


At the nexus of Brooklyn's most vibrant neighborhoods is Pacific Park Brooklyn. With beautiful residences designed by leading architects, a brand new 8-acre park, Barclays Center and dynamic neighborhood shopping and dining right in your backyard, Pacific Park has something for everyone.


Pacific Park At the nexus of Brooklyn's most vibrant neighborhoods is Pacific Park Brooklyn. With beautiful residences designed by leading architects, a brand new 8-acre park, Barclays Center and dynamic neighborhood shopping and dining right in your backyard, Pacific Park has something for everyone.


An "arms race" is breaking out in Brooklyn to draw renters to the neighborhood's hip and expensive rental market, which is becoming increasingly saturated amid a construction boom of high-end apartment buildings. The soaring supply has done little to curb prices: Recent data from real estate firm Douglas Elliman shows the average rental cost in Brooklyn is well above $3,000 per month.


Gotham is now looking to do the same in Brooklyn, the organization's president, David Picket, told CNBC in a recent interview. Staying on the cutting edge of the luxury building market, which rents units for a median price well above average — around $6,000 — "is sort of like an arms race," Picket said.


The Ashland is far from the only game in town. Among the big players in Brooklyn's booming luxury apartment market is 365 Bond Street, close to Carroll Gardens, another trendy neighborhood.


Source: Lightstone Group, Inc. "We'll have parties and famous DJs will come in and perform. We'll do scotch tastings and beer tastings. We'll do pinot and pooches and we'll have different dog events, things for pets. Every day is really an interesting activity." -Scott Avram, senior vice president of development at the Lightstone Group The Ashland is far from the only game in town. Among the big players in Brooklyn's booming luxury apartment market is 365 Bond Street, close to Carroll Gardens, another trendy neighborhood. Located in the Gowanus area — notorious for its smelly canal and gritty industrial buildings — the building is part of a now bustling neighborhood that features a Whole Foods, trendy eateries and hip bars. 365 Bond Street "actually feels like a really unique boutique hotel, and feels quaint even though it offers all the amenities," said Scott Avram, a senior vice president of development at the Lightstone Group, which oversees the development of the 700 units at 365 Bond Street and recently got clearance to construct a $75 million property in Queens. The size of a full city block, 365 Bond is located at the end of a cul-de-sac surrounded by trees and parks, and is just minutes away from lower Manhattan, accessible by public transportation.


The Ashland is far from the only game in town. Among the big players in Brooklyn's booming luxury apartment market is 365 Bond Street, close to Carroll Gardens, another trendy neighborhood. Located in the Gowanus area — notorious for its smelly canal and gritty industrial buildings — the building is part of a now bustling neighborhood that features a Whole Foods, trendy eateries and hip bars. 365 Bond Street "actually feels like a really unique boutique hotel, and feels quaint even though it offers all the amenities," said Scott Avram, a senior vice president of development at the Lightstone Group, which oversees the development of the 700 units at 365 Bond Street and recently got clearance to construct a $75 million property in Queens. The size of a full city block, 365 Bond is located at the end of a cul-de-sac surrounded by trees and parks, and is just minutes away from lower Manhattan, accessible by public transportation.


As you might have noticed, we're literally park-side by name and we are Brooklyn by nature. Nestled in a quiet corner opposite historic Prospect Park, we're a warm oasis of cutting edge comforts, perfectly designed for an after dinner stroll or morning coffee on the roof.


Passing through the lush landscaped entry of Parkside, you then step into the cool serenity of the elegant lobby. Dynamic marble and wood curve, leading to state-of-the-art lounges and communal areas where modernity meets heritage. Throughout all six of our typical apartment layouts, the airy light of the park itself lives through sprawling windows and high ceilings. All of our no-fee apartments feature hardwood floors throughout with spacious closets and open plan kitchens.


An abandoned factory on the southern edge of Borough Park was demolished last year, and now new rental apartments are rising in its place. YIMBY has a look at the design for the new building at 968 60th Street, near the border with Sunset Park and Dyker Heights. Read more


An abandoned factory on the southern edge of Borough Park was demolished last year, and now new rental apartments are rising in its place. YIMBY has a look at the design for the new building at 968 60th Street, near the border with Sunset Park and Dyker Heights.


From there, it's bottoms-up luxury with a bar area on a "several thousand square foot rooftop that's been landscaped and hardscaped for people to go lie out, bring some friends up and have a drink," Picket said. On that rooftop, concerts and movie screenings are held, with expansive views of the city's skyline.


Gotham Market at The Ashland Gotham Market at The Ashland Gotham has all its guns blazing as it tries to tailor-make a neighborhood within an apartment building. The focus of Gotham's Ashland building in Fort Greene centers around eating as entertainment. In a space it calls the Gotham Market at The Ashland, tenants can order food from a variety of vendors in the building or around the neighborhood and spend time eating together in a communal space, possibly enjoying a wine tasting, or a chef's specialty at the pop-up stall inside the market. "There's nothing quite as communal as breaking bread and sharing a meal," Picket said, explaining that was the focal point of the amenities package at The Ashland. He told CNBC that event programming for the building runs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. "It's the way we bring our tenants together because we feel that community in our buildings is important," Picket added. From there, it's bottoms-up luxury with a bar area on a "several thousand square foot rooftop that's been landscaped and hardscaped for people to go lie out, bring some friends up and have a drink," Picket said. On that rooftop, concerts and movie screenings are held, with expansive views of the city's skyline. The building also includes a gym with separate rooms for weightlifting, cardio and movement workouts such as yoga — with an array of classes offered twice a day by a fitness company hired by Gotham just for The Ashland.