Caesura
280 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Pause. And step into your Brooklyn sanctuary.
In music and poetry, caesura means a pause in the middle of a line. In the middle of the Brooklyn Cultural District, Caesura means a carefully composed residence that’s a refuge from the city—as well as a place that provides effortless connection to nature, culture, community, and conscientious living. A caesura is a break in the middle of a line of poetry or music. And Caesura is a break from the intensity of the city, a thoughtful balance of the retreat and the community, the natural and the cultural. Caesura is both refuge from and connection to the life of the city. It’s a distinctively modern, human-scaled building that stands out from the surrounding high-rise apartments for rent in the Brooklyn Cultural District. Featuring a mix of market-rate, middle-income, and affordable apartments, Caesura is designed to meet the needs of this diverse neighborhood.
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Unit 312
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Unit 406
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Unit 407
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Unit 515
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Unit 609
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2 bedrooms
1 bath
Unit 610
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Unit 808
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Unit 904
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Unit 910
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Unit 1002
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Unit 1108
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Map and Transit
Fulton St
under 500 feet
Nevins St
0.12 miles
Atlantic Av
0.13 miles
Lafayette Av
0.2 miles

Fort Greene
At the intersection of Ashland and Lafayette streets in the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District, Caesura puts you at the intersection of art and music, food and drink, green spaces and convenient means of going places. Walk to world-class performances at the BAM Opera House, the Theatre for a New Audience, the Mark Morris Dance Center, and Barclays Center. Enjoy the variety of Brooklyn’s great dining scene, and the assortment of shops at Atlantic Terminal. An easy bike ride or walk takes you to Fort Greene Park, Boerum Hill, Park Slope, or Downtown Brooklyn. Zipcars are available at several nearby locations. And your subway stop is Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center, the second-largest station in the entire system, giving you easy access to many trains, including those of the Long Island Rail Road.