Brooklyn’s most historic and pedigreed neighborhood, Brooklyn Heights offers immaculate streetscapes that seamlessly combines historical treasures with present day landmarks.
Rich with open recreational spaces and cultural institutions, Brooklyn Heights truly has something for everyone. The Brooklyn Promenade—the city’s best place for a stroll with sweeping Manhattan vistas—is just a few blocks away, as is the newly-developed Brooklyn Bridge Park which is complete with soccer fields, running paths, waterfront eateries and an abundance of green spaces. Trader Joe’s, Sahadi’s gourmet grocery and the Borough Hall farmers market are all just a few steps from your front door, while a broad range of restaurants, boutique stores, bars and coffee shops are found in the immediate neighborhood. A host of subway options are available with the 2/3/4/5, N/R, and A/C/F trains all stopping within a few blocks, making the Financial District and East and West Sides of Manhattan accessible in just a few minutes.