Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill
Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill are vibrant neighborhoods with an old time feel, within bustling New York City. Brooklyn Heights remains one of the most coveted places to live in the city with easy access to multiple playgrounds, dog runs, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park and beautiful cobblestone, tree-lined streets. Cobble Hill, just across Atlantic Avenue, retains the same close-knit neighborhood feeling with small boutiques, family run restaurants and eclectic coffee shops. Both neighborhoods are only one quick subway stop away from Manhattan.
Exploring the Neighborhood
Landmarks include The Brooklyn Heights Promenade, New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn Law School, and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Atlantic Avenue includes numerous restaurants and iconic shops including Sahadi’s, which has been selling an array of International foods including olives, spices, dried fruits and nuts since 1948.
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade was designed due to a protest against the building of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE). The neighborhood opposed plans for the expressway and won. Therefore, in order to avoid the demise of Brooklyn Heights by the expressway, a 1/3-mile-long promenade was built on top of the two-story highway.
The “Fruit Streets” are found in the northern reaches of the Heights, Pineapple, Orange and Cranberry which connects Columbia Heights to Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
“The Tech Triangle” is a common name used to describe Brooklyn Heights, which has emerged as New York’s largest cluster of tech activity outside of Manhattan.
Fun Fact: The first historic district in all of New York, Brooklyn Heights was declared a historic district in 1966.
NYC Ferry: South Brooklyn Route
Cafe's, Restaurants & Bars
- Chez Moi
- Lantern Brooklyn
- Dellaroccos of Brooklyn
- Cafe Luluc
- River Deli
- Trader Joe's
- Barnes and Nobles
- Freebird Books & Goods
Parks & Landmarks
- Brooklyn Heights Promenade
- Brooklyn Bridge Park
- Cadman Plaza Park
- Brooklyn Historical Society
Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill Buildings
Standing proudly in the middle of Brooklyn's most charming and desirable neighborhood, 125 Court St. provides great layouts for comfortable and convenient living. A tremendous private courtyard designed by James Corner Field Operations awaits for outdoor dining, socializing, or just relaxing. The building's location benefits from the ease of shopping, dining, entertainment, and fitness, all within a few blocks.
From one of the most historic architectural firms, McKim, Mead & White, comes one of its most celebrated buildings, 110 Livingston. A historic Beaux Arts-style landmark is now a prized Brooklyn Heights address. The building offers a full-service luxury experience with meticulous condo finishes and details.
164 Atlantic is an artifact from NYC's nautical past during the turn of the 20th century. Sail lofts, which once accommodated enormous boat masts, have been turned into spacious homes for select Brooklynites who continue to live a legacy of style and substance. Thanks to modern restoration, each space features wood beams and cast-iron columns, making every home a piece of history.
In Brooklyn’s historic district, 200 Atlantic, better known as "Cobble Hill Mews", is about clean and classic urban appeal. Residences feature high performance kitchens and baths, hardwood floors, and open layouts. Some have private rooftop terraces with skyline views of Lower Manhattan, while others enjoy shared recreation space.
Main Office(718) 222-2500 45 Main Street, 12th Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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