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This is the place to be in NYC. After moving almost every year for the past 12 years, we have been at 111 Kent for almost 3 years so that says something. We love the view of Manhattan from the apartment. I love having two elevators for a building that is only 7 stories tall. The rooftop is amazing, and the staff that work here make you feel appreciated and taken care of.- Thomas L.
111 Kent has been an amazing place to call home! After living in Midtown Manhattan for 12 years, Williamsburg has been an exciting change of pace. The location of 111 Kent along the river allows for quick access to the L train as well as epic summer sunset views.- Apartment Ratings