Whether you're in Brooklyn to see family, catch up on business or simply enjoy everything this trendy borough has to offer, this studio apartment is a snug place to call home. It's part of a converted factory, and still retains some of the industrial design details and exposed brick walls that remind you of its history. If you're planning to work, there's a dedicated workspace where you can catch up on emails, and there's a smart kitchen where you can cook with ingredients from the nearby McGolrick Park farmers market – held every Sunday.
There's loads to explore in this buzzing neighbourhood, with several local restaurants and bars just a five-minute walk away from your door. And when you need to zip into Manhattan, an eight-minute walk will take you to Nassau Avenue subway station – from there you can be in the city centre wit ...