Studio Apartment In Trendy Part of Brooklyn
- english, spanish, a little french
About Frid Branham
As mentioned in the rental description, I am an artist and architect. I am currently self-employed and most of the projects I do are residential or small businesses, although I have a lot of experience working on institutional/medical projects. I was born in Ibiza, Spain to American parents and moved back to the States when I was 11. My parents are also creatives, working in architecture, art and fashion. After receiving a 4-year degree in History from Boston University, I decided to pursue architecture and attended my parents alma matter Pratt Institute. Afterwards, I completed a Masters degree in sculpture at Hunter College.
Frid Branham purchased this Studio in 2008
Why Frid Branham chose Brooklyn
I love the friendly, safe neighborhood. It is slightly divided off from South Slope/Park Slope, creating an enclave of its own. There are plenty of shops, bars, restaurants to try; many of different regions of the world. The school system is very good and my kids can safely walk around the neighborhood unattended by an adult.
What makes this Studio unique
I live in the building, and make myself available to any and all questions, needs and concerns.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Honeymoon in Brooklyn
It was our first time visiting NYC, and this little studio in a quiet part of Brooklyn was the perfect choice! The R-line is only a 10-minute-walk away and takes you straight into Manhattan. Bonus: there’s an awesome bagel shop on the way :). It was so nice to be able to retreat to this peaceful place after busy days in the city! Frïd promptly answered any questions that we had and made checking in and out a breeze, despite us having a very late arrival and super-early departure time. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
A week in Brooklyn
This perfectly met our needs. There was everything we needed, including a box of creative toys for our two-year old. The host was most gracious, helpful without being intrusive, and available to answer all our questions. An alert for people with limited mobility: there is a half-flight of stairs to the front door, and a steep-but-manageable stairway to this second floor studio apartment.
Frid really wants you to be comfortable and is accommodating. Just let her know. Don’t expect hotel finishes but lots of character. The entrance to the building is a bit off putting and cluttered. Parking can be a challenge, but we seem to always find a spot. The kitchen is equipped but has no microwave. The apt is very airy, bright and has all you will need. It is quiet and we had our best sleep there unlike a lot of hotels we’ve stayed in.
Wonderful Stay in the Neighborhood
My family’s experience has been seamless. It has been wonderful to walk to the coffee shop, restaurants and park. At night it is quiet enough to open a window and let a breeze into the space. Our host has been communicative and helpful. All positive for this reviewer!
Loved this place! The room was extremely clean and comfortable. It was private and quiet as the window looked into a backyard and not the street. The bed was super comfy and the linens were quality which is my main concern every time! I would stay here again in a heartbeat next time I visit Brooklyn.
The neighbourhood was friendly and safe, nice people, close to beautiful prospect park and close to yummy restaurants.
Frid was welcoming and kind. Check in and check out process was easy.
Thanks for a great stay!
Very cosy apartment and close to subway.
Very cosy apartment, all you need is there. Close to the subway. We really enjoyed our stay. Thank you Frid
South Slope/Greenwood Heights is directly adjacent to Park Slope and in very easy walking distance to Prospect Park and Historic Greenwood Cemetery. Within the immediate area there are a large number of restaurant, bars and cafes from which to choose, including: Lot2, Southside Coffee, Toby's, Giuseppina's, Seawich, Corzo, Roots, Sidecar Restaurant, and the list is endless of good choices. BAM, Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Barclay Center and Brooklyn Heights Promenade are just short subway or bus rides away.