By NYMetroParents Staff

Family-Friendly Properties in Brooklyn

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A sampling of Brooklyn properties that extend a welcome mat to kids and families.

 

The Edge

22 North 6th Street and 34 North 7th Street, Williamsburg

www.tregny.com

Family-friendly amenities: A kids' playroom featuring an indoor playspace for children; an indoor, all-season pool with adjacent waterfall and shallow pool; party room adjacent to the terrace available for private parties; screening rooms for movie watching

 

80 Metropolitan

58 and 80 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg

www.halstead.com

Family-friendly amenities: Indoor pool; 24-hour concierge service; media lounge with top-of-the-line media system and kitchenette; on-site parking

 

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

360 Furman Street, Brooklyn Heights

www.tregny.com

Family-friendly amenities: Children's playroom featuring toys, games, and indoor playground equipment; children's art room; game lounges with your choice of Wii or Xbox; screening room for movie nights; a music room where you can practice or put on a small concert; concierge service that will keep your groceries in cold storage until you can pick them up

 

111 Monroe

111 Monroe Street, Clinton Hill

www.thedevelopersgroup.com

Family-friendly amenities: On-site, indoor parking; most units have private outdoor space for entertaining or relaxing

 

Rockwell Place

96 Rockwell Place, Fort Greene

www.tregny.com

Family-friendly amenities: Washer and dryer in every residence; Fresh Direct accessible; attended lobby

 

Toren

150 Myrtle Avenue, Fort Greene

www.halstead.com

Family-friendly amenities: Indoor pool; roof decks on the fifth and sixth floors offer residents a space to entertain, plus a private outdoor movie theater; private library on the third floor; 24-hour concierge service; parking garage; very close to Fort Greene Park

 

 

Also see: The Top Family-Friendly Neighborhoods in Brooklyn

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