Culture on the Cheap
Studio Apartment on Myrtle Avenue
Am I the only person who feels this way, or does the glut of “luxury” apartments on the market leave other people with a bad taste in their mouth? Time and time again I find myself asking:
How much “luxury” can New York City possibly stomach? What about the rest of us who wish to have something a little more interesting and a lot less prefab? Something with a little character— but convenient to public transportation, of course.
If you too have found yourself having the above thoughts, dear readers, I bring some very good news.
I found this beauty on Myrtle Avenue just off the Wyckoff Avenue stop of the M train— and by “just off” I mean in the shadow of the elevated tracks. Not only is it conveniently located to public transportation but it also appears to be ready for move-in! I cannot for the life of me understand why this beauty has not been snapped up. Perhaps it is due to lack of advertising?
Now anyone will tell you I am a “take action” kind of person. The people must know about this fabulous property! To this end I researched apartment advertisements on Craigslist to get a little inspiration. The search terms I used were as follows: “Bushwick”, “Myrtle” and “studio”. I was astonished by what I found.
East Williamsburg just keeps getting bigger and bigger nowadays. You know, I sense a Craiglist ad mash-up coming on…
Now THIS is what I call “AMAZING AVRY THING!”