100 Jay St DUMBO Condo Rental

1 Bedroom/1 Bath unit on the 27th floor in DUMBO’s most coveted building of 100 Jay Street! Floor to ceiling windows enhance the spectacular city & river views. It also allows for maximum sunlight exposure! Features: stainless steel appliances, luxurious bathroom with double sinks, deep soaking tub, and a separate stand-up shower, washer/dryer in unit, walk-in closet, & much more! Full Service Luxury Building located 1 block from the F Train and a short walk to the A/C/2/3/4/5/R Trains! Call today for a private viewing and take advantage of this excellent opportunity. $3,450 per month.

Contact Sabatino Melfi at 516-647-3300 or email: smelfi@nycasagroup.com

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