If you're looking for a modern one bedroom, Reva can hook you up at her 21-story high-rise building near Boerum Hill, Fort Greene and Cobble Hill. Inside, you'll have twinkling city views, an open layout, gorgeous natural light, and top-of-the-line finishes from Fisher & Paykel, Bosch, Grohe and Kohler. You can also enjoy a tenant lounge area with indoor and outdoor areas, the roof deck and the basement laundry. $249 per night.
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