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Outpost Club - Flatbush House

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At Outpost Club’s first living space, we crafted a coliving space by improving upon the most successful versions of existing coliving spaces. We knew the Flatbush property would be a great match for what we are trying to achieve at Outpost, with the potential to be a strong, tight-knit coliving community of members - and today, that’s exactly what it is. Through regular get-togethers and diligent screenings of new Outpost members, this is more than just the Flatbush House; it’s a Flatbush community. With exposed brick walls, well-situated bedrooms and large common spaces, the Flatbush House is a beautifully designed space. The common areas include an integrated co-working office area, an ample living room and a large dinner table for a communal coliving experience. This coliving space has five bedrooms, all attached to the common areas. Take a trip down the stairs and you’ll find a co-working space, which is massive in comparison to your average New York apartment.

Outpost Club is more than just a place to live and work. We’ve created a coliving community that offers both general and professional networking, giving you the opportunity to build relationships with people from all over the world with a variety of backgrounds and expertises. In addition to designing our spaces to make living together a breeze, we offer multiple events a month to help you get to know the entire Outpost Club community, whether at a movie night or while kayaking on the East River.

One of three common areas, the kitchen/dining room is the heart of the house, and for good reason. This space has a dining-room table large enough to sit six to eight people and is used for potluck dinners, solo meals, and chats in the evening over a glass of wine. Attached to the kitchen, the living room has a large couch and a 55-inch TV (with Netflix!); this is where we host movie nights, game nights and chill hangouts. This space is equipped with everything you need to relax. Our coworking space is also equipped with everything you need to work! This room comfortably holds up to six people working simultaneously. There is a lot of desk space and outlets to make sure your work time is productive. We even have a backyard! This space has tables and chairs so you can work outside in the spring, summer and autumn. This space holds many parties, get-togethers, barbecues and celebrations. You need to go through someone's room to go there, but as long as you have permission, you are free to use it.
From $690/month Minimum Stay 30 Days

Amenities

24/7 Security
All-inclusive Bill
Co-Working Space
Community Events
Dining Area
High-Speed WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Lounge
Must Apply
Outdoor Space
Room Cleaning
Secured Door Entry
Smart Home Tech

Accommodation

From $690/month

Shared Bedroom

Your room will be move-in ready, just like the rest of the house. There’s no need to even bring a pillow. Amenities: memory foam twin-sized mattresses, memory foam pillows, extension cords to your bedside, shelving, hooks, bed linens, towels and a closet. Services: bed linens and towels are replaced once a week. Security: a lock box for valuables next to your bed

From $1350/month

Private Bedroom

Your room will be move-in ready, just like the rest of the house. There’s no need to even bring a pillow. Amenities: memory foam twin-sized mattresses, memory foam pillows, extension cords to your bedside, shelving, hooks, bed linens, towels and a closet. Services: bed linens and towels are replaced once a week. Security: a lock box for valuables next to your bed

Neighbourhood

Flatbush, New York City, United States

Flatbush was formerly a Jewish, Italian, and Irish neighborhood, and before that settled by members of the Dutch Reformed Church. It is now a largely West-Indian neighborhood, and is the home of Brooklyn College, one of the most beautiful campuses in the area. In the very center is the 18th Century Dutch Reformed Church at the corner of Flatbush and Church Avenues, and its original school house dating to 1787 and originally called Erasmus Hall. Now it is the administration building of the public Erasmus Hall High School, its own building over 100 years old. The neighborhood's eponymous commercial main street, Flatbush Avenue, goes from the Manhattan Bridge on the north to the Gil Hodges Marine Parkway Bridge leading to the Rockaway Peninsula section of Queens on the south.

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