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Scarano's 756 Myrtle Gets Mynty, Goes Rental

According to this recent photo of the Scarano & Associates project at Myrtle and Nostrand Avenues posted on Brownstoner, the Bed-Stuy project is nearly good to go. So what's it going to be? The Scarano site (which offers this nugget: "The Myrtle Place project is a pure manifestation both of the architectural elegance and of the fact that there are no more "bad" neighborhoods in New York City.") has teased 72 apartments, commercial space/medical offices and an underground garage, but are we talking condos or rental? Well, just like a Brownstoner commenter speculated, and just like the title of this post states, the building is now for rent through aptsandlofts. And there's been a branding!

Building The MYNT introduces modern luxury rental living to the reenergized Clinton Hill/Bedford Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, offering studios, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, most with private balconies, and luxurious penthouse residences with exclusive view-filled rooftop terraces. All have been artfully designed by noted interior designer Andres Escobar, and feature deluxe lifestyle amenities, including: part-time concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center, refrigerated storage room for grocery deliveries, on-site parking, communal laundry room, and exclusive terraces (available at an additional charge), plus much more.We love a good view-filling. Prices so far start at $1,696 ... for a studio ... in Bed-Stuy. That sound you hear is your grandmother fainting.
· Whatever Happened to 800 Myrtle? [Brownstoner]
· Aptsandlofts New Developments []