Because it’s protected by three historic districts, this affluent and peaceful neighborhood really hasn’t changed much over the last 200 years. “America’s First Suburb” boasts a remarkable range of architecture from really old wood-frame houses to the some of the most beautiful pre-Civil War brownstone townhouses in the city. Sports-minded residents head to the Brooklyn Bridge Park for everything from basketball, playgrounds and kayaking to a dog park and much more. Subway geeks love the NY Transit Museum. One-stop transit to FIDI; 20 minutes to Midtown.
A unique aura of urbane beauty.
Quietly, confidently sophisticated.
The stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan skyline from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
What's Not There
Street style, great restaurants and chic shops.
BoundariesAtlantic Ave to Old Fulton StCadman Plaza West to the East RiverPopulation Density20,256