6 Available Units
- Studios (4)
- 1 BR (1)
- 2 BR (1)
Life at 33 Bond is as vibrant and comfortable as the neighborhood that surrounds it. Innovative and lifestyle-enhancing amenities, specifically tailored to meet the needs of today’s creative resident, create the ultimate dwelling experience.
33 Bond offers top-of-the-line finishes for all studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, including elegant white oak floors; floor-to-ceiling windows; and chef’s kitchens, specifically designed to suit all cooking needs, with stainless steel appliances and quartz kitchen countertops.
Escape to your own elevated private park – an elaborately landscaped, expansive outdoor environment with soaring skyline views, or redefine the notion of work-life balance at HomeWork – 33 Bond’s exclusive, in-house collaborative workspace replete with charging outlets and even a self-serve coffee kitchenette. With an indoor pet grooming room, resident lounge spaces for entertaining, and a glass-enclosed art pavilion showcasing the latest work from emerging local artists, you can enjoy the best of Brooklyn without ever leaving home.
Nestled within a neighborhood trifecta, 33 Bond allows you to immerse yourself within three immediate worlds: Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and Downtown Brooklyn. Picturesque Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill present tree-lined streets and historic brownstones, amidst a vibrant and diverse local culture that offers authentic local cuisine from around the world.
Downtown Brooklyn invites you to an exciting city life with a thriving artist community and incredible cultural institutions including Brooklyn Academy of Music, BRIC, and the Mark Morris Dance Center.
Plus, all roads lead to 33 Bond, because steps away you’ll find the A, B, C, G, Q, R, 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains..
For more information about 33 Bond, please visit our leasing office located within 33 Bond Street, call 718-330-0330 or email 33Bondleasing@tfc.com. No appointment is necessary to visit.
Building Features & Amenities
- 24-hour Concierge
- Bicycle Storage
- Landscaped Roof Deck
- Lobby Lounge
- Package Room
- Package Room Attendant
- Resident Lounge
- TV Room
Downtown Brooklyn is the third largest central business district in NYC. Downtown Brooklyn is the civic and commercial downtown center of the former City of Brooklyn. Area schools include Brooklyn Friends School, St. Francis College, St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn Law School, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, New York City College of Technology, and Long Island University.
Your Bond with Brooklyn will grow throughout the Brooklyn Cultural District. This district is home to over 70 diverse cultural groups representing nearly every artistic discipline, stretches across Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard, representing one of the NYC's great cultural destinations.
In just a short walk, you can experience the history of the subways at the New York Transit Museum, cutting-edge theatrical productions, art galleries of every size, and the sharing of minds that can happen at any of the boutique eateries and locally curated shops around Downtown.
Three days a week the Borough Hall Greenmarket, featuring fresh produce from local farmers, operates on the plaza fronting Borough Hall. Formerly called Supreme Court Plaza, the location was renamed as Columbus Park in 1986.
MetroTech Center, a business and educational center, lies between Flatbush Avenue and Jay Street, above the Jay Street – MetroTech subway station, north of the Fulton Street Mall, and south of the busy Tillary Street.
How can I see an apartment or building?
We have on-site leasing offices at each of our rental properties. Contact the building directly and schedule an appointment or just drop in. One of the agents will be delighted to give you a tour of their building, the common areas and the apartments that are available. They can help you get to know the neighborhood, figure out how to layout your apartment and guide you through the application process.
What income do I need to qualify?
Tenants are required to have an annual income equal to 45 times the monthly rent. If the rent is $2,000 a month, an applicant must document no less then $90,000 (45 x $2,000). If the apartment is to be shared, the sum of all applicants’ income will be considered.
Can I use a guarantor?
Yes, guarantors must document annual income equal to 75 times the monthly rent. Additional security may be required for guarantors that do not reside in the tri-state area.
How much is the security deposit?
One month’s rent is the standard deposit. Additional security may be required under certain circumstances.
How long does it take to process an application?
An application can be approved and processed within a few hours providing the applicant has the required documentation.
What documentation is required?
- A completed TF Cornerstone application
- $100 for each applicant and guarantor payable online or via check to TF Cornerstone
- A complete copy of a recent bank statement
- A copy of photo ID
- An employment verification letter, or three consecutive pay stubs
- A landlord reference letter
- In some cases, Income Tax returns may be requested
What form of payment do you accept at the lease signing?
We accept payments online for first month’s rent and the required security deposit. You can pay using either an ACH transfer (no fee) or a credit card (fees apply).
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Leasing Office Hours
Mon - Wed10am - 6pm
Fri - Sat10am - 6pm