A small room in a furnished railroad-style apartment in Greenpoint, Brooklyn near the strip of Polish bakeries, delis, and cafeterias on Nassau Ave. A few blocks to Nassau G train and 15 mins walk through park to Williamsburg L stop at Bedford Ave.
It's a very clean apartment that gets lots of light, filled with plants in front and back windows, and a wall of books, and the atmosphere is very quiet and library-like.
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This is a space best for an independent person busy with their own private life. Because of railroad-style configuration, apartment is mainly offered to guests with full-time work that takes them out of apartment during regular hours on weekdays.
Strong preference is for guests with regular working hours to accommodate better sharing of this railroad-style apartment; if you will not be working outside of the apartment during regular business hours (9-5 or 10-6 M-F), this is not the best fit.
The guest room is used by the host for circulation to kitchen and bathroom only when guest is not present in the room.
It's a quiet space; please use headphones when the host is present.
A white towel hanging in the shower is provided for keeping the floor dry after showering.
Stephen is an internationally recognized architecture and urbanism reporter, theorist and cultural producer born in Flint, Michigan. He is the director of a public art-and-design nonprofit organization that produces projects in Flint and New York, and is currently writing a nonfiction narrative book about New York during the mid-70s fiscal crisis with support from the Warhol Foundation.