Brooklyn Heights, one of the more established neighborhoods in Brooklyn, borders Dumbo, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, and the East River. The entire neighborhood is a historic district, which is easily understood considering that Brooklyn Heights is home to over 600 pre-civil war homes. The streets are lined with elegant brownstones and small mansion houses. High-rise living is less common in Brooklyn Heights, but is available for those who want to neighborhood aesthetics but with a few more modern comforts and style.
In addition to the classic neighborhood feel, Brooklyn Heights also boasts one of the most convenient Brooklyn locations for access to all parts of both Manhattan and Brooklyn. Brooklyn Heights has one of the highest concentrations of subway lines in all of New York, with express lines that offer quick transport to the center of action in Midtown Manhattan or local lines that can take you just about anywhere you want in Brooklyn in just a few short minutes.
Brooklyn Heights also takes full advantage of its location along the East River, and residents of the neighborhood have embraced the newly expanded Brooklyn Bridge Park, which offers some of the best views of Manhattan’s skyline. In terms of livability, Brooklyn Heights is hard to beat. It features some of the safest and cleanest streets in Brooklyn, in addition to many of the most desirable homes. The comfort of Brooklyn Heights allows residents to create their own sense of community while remaining connected to all of the exciting events and developments going on all over the rest of Brooklyn and Manhattan.
One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn Heights has the enviable position of being located within Brooklyn Bridge Park, thereby giving residents here easy access to one of the most popular parks in the city, while also being able to enjoy the best of waterfront living in Brooklyn.
Welcome to Quay Towers, a stunning waterfront property in Brooklyn. This tower is located on Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 and features 126 family-sized residences ranging from two- to five-bedroom layouts. Set to be completed in 2019, many of the homes inside this beautiful building will include permanently protected views of the East River and Manhattan skyline, windowed kitchens and bathrooms, and access to a host of luxury amenities.
In Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pierhouse is a newly developed condominium housing 159 residential units. Views of the harbor and park as well as its pending LEED Silver certification make this building perfect for any New Yorker.
The Nevins was crafted with the classic Brooklyn in mind to combine the best features of old and new New York. Designed by Isaac & Stern, with interiors by Andres Escobar & Associates, the apartments inside range from studios to three-bedroom full-floor homes. This includes a selection of duplexes with private outdoor terraces.
Formerly the Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower, One Hanson features detailed loft condos with well-designed living spaces. 1 Hanson Place enjoys a central location in Brooklyn, with close proximity to the neighborhood's major attractions.
One John Street has a unique address in Brooklyn Bridge Park, which affords its residences unique views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and Manhattan’s skyline. This also places it by some of Dumbo’s best boutiques and dining.
72 Poplar St is a condominium conversion in the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. The 5 story building offers 14 units ranging from 2 to 4 bedrooms. A former police station, it sits on a tree lined residential street, minutes away from trendy dining and shopping. With amenities such as a gym, a lounge, bike storage and parking, this building is perfect for anyone looking to live in a newly renovated luxury home.
28 Old Fulton Street was once a warehouse characteristic of the DUMBO area, but today the landmark building houses 85 luxury condominiums, whose residents will be treated to stunning views of the East River, Downtown Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Designed by renowned architect Morris Adjmi, 465 Pacific Street is exemplary of luxury Brooklyn living, and is a short walk from the Barclays Center. Its captivating interiors, adorned in Bianco Dolomiti marble and oil-finished hardwood oak, are paired with private terraces and gardens.
Anyone looking to experience classic New York elegance and style would feel perfectly at home in The Brooklyn Trust Company Building, which has remained almost entirely untouched since 1913. Its stunning facade was modeled after the Palazzo della Gran Guardia in Verona, and although the outside may have all the markings of classic NYC style, the inside includes everything a modern luxury building should have.