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Lifestyle Gurus node Open Impeccably Designed Furnished Apartments in Bushwick — Sponsored on Bushwick Daily

Lifestyle Gurus node Open Impeccably Designed Furnished Apartments in Bushwick

This is a seriously awesome way of living, people!

For everybody who wishes to do living in Bushwick a little differently, we have some great news. Global lifestyle connoisseurs, node., have opened their first Bushwick building, and are accepting applications for new residents.

Located on Eldert Street right next to the Halsey L train stop, node.’s first Bushwick building offers living in Instagram-ready, fully furnished and impeccably designed apartments like we haven’t yet seen in our neighborhood.

node. came up with an innovative concept of living, perfect for people who feel that acquiring too many possessions such as furniture would simply weigh them down at this stage of their life, yet they care about living in a beautifully designed environment with authentic community.

node.’s boutique Eldert Street building, designed by Brooklyn’s OPerA Studio architects, is a sensitively restored historical residence from the 1900s, which offers bold architecture with brick façade and a distinctive leaded copper mansard overlooking the tree-lined street. 

The modern interior was created by top designers, The Design Agency, and features high quality retro appliances and mid-century furniture.

simply great value

node. explains that what they offer isn’t strictly co-living. They offer individual, spacious private apartments for rent on 12-month leases.

The pricing ranges from $2,800 for a one-bedroom, $3,000 for a two-bedroom, to $3,750 for a three-bedroom, which means that one person will pay about $1,250 to $1,500 per month. This is great value when you consider that it includes luxury furniture, utilities, wifi and access to a residents lounge, roof deck and communal backyard. 

node. is significantly cheaper than co-living where residents pay more and only get their own room to themselves.

Living in a community

Furthermore, node. really cares about fostering their community. Their communal areas include a roof deck as well as a super-cozy residents lounge perfect for working or socializing.

Excitingly, node. is developing a chat app so tenants can connect with one another both locally and globally. Any landlord-tenant issues will be resolved via app as well, and node. curators will be available for any advice about community life and the neighborhood.

Residents lounge.
Rooftop.

Simply mind-blowing apartments

On Eldert Street, node. offers one, two- and three-bedroom apartments, boasting stunning wood floors and bright spacious interior.

In Bushwick, node. is developing four more buildings to be completed over the next few months.

A kitchen we could die for. 

Expect:

 Froy couches and mid-century inspired furnishings from West Elm in living and dining rooms.

 Designer subway tiles and state of the art brass or copper plumbing fixtures, antique style mirrors and industrial lighting in the bathrooms.

 Wardrobes, desks and uber-comfortable Casper mattresses in the bedrooms.

 Latest in home technology – from Nest eco-thermostatic controls, air conditioning, and a smartphone-friendly intercom system, to Sonos speakers so you can stream your favorite music the day you move in with their free hi-speed wifi ready to go.

Also you will love that all the bills and utilities are included at a fixed price, and you can finally chillax at home.

Not your regular landlord

node. is a global network of boutique apartments with other projects in coming up in Los Angeles, Toronto, Dublin and throughout the UK.

They have a long-term vested interest in Bushwick, and work together with their tenants on giving back to the community. They partner with local charities and support them both financially and through volunteer activities for tenants and management alike.

Curating the right community of creative residents is extremely important to node. as they want to foster a residential community of like-minded people who know their neighbours down the hall, on the street and get involved in local community events together.

For more information about node. and to apply visit their website

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