Located in Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood, 57 Herkimer Street is a pre-war low-rise brick rental building. 57 Herkimer Street rises 6 stories and offers 70 studio and one bedroom apartments. Built in 1920, the building offers charming pre-war apartments with on-site management and resident superintendent. The building is serviced by an elevator. Barely two blocks to Nostrand Avenue A/C trains and LIRR. The best of Stuyvesant Heights, as well as shopping and dining of Crown Heights are all nearby. Cats are welcome, and the cost of heat and hot water are included in rent.
Cradled by that indefinable Brooklyn state of mind, Bedford Stuyvesant is a lifestyle, a fellowship, a historic community with a monumental identity. Popularly known as Bed-Stuy, the neighborhood, lined with Victorian homes, brownstones and limestones of olden days, exerts a strong pull on the neighboring artistic enclaves of Williamsburg and Bushwick, the ever-popular Crown Heights, Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, always reinventing itself and validating its historic narrative. A diverse concoction of ideas, people, and energy, Bed-Stuy is a bustling neighborhood woven into the streetscapes of Brooklyn, committed to its historic roots and landmarks, and intent on charting its own, culturally rich and exciting future.