Brooklyn Heights

Montague Street
Brooklyn, 11201


A Neighborhood Steeped in History


Mature trees and 19th-century brownstones are a common sight in Brooklyn Heights. Nestled between the East River waterfront and several notable parks, Brooklyn Heights lets its residents enjoy proximity to (and gorgeous views of) Manhattan, countless shops and restaurants, Downtown Brooklyn, and many of the borough's popular attractions.

Because of its rich history, Brooklyn Heights is on the National Register of Historic Places. Among the numerous historic points of interest in this neighborhood include the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Herman Behr Mansion, and Packer Collegiate Institute.

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Brooklyn Heights at a Glance


demographic information

Population

20,000+ Residents

size of neighborhood

Size

0.3 square mile
0.8 square kilometers

New York subway

Transit

Subway Stations: High St. Brooklyn Bridge, Clark St., Court St., Borough Hall

neighborhoods nearby

Nearby Areas

Cobble Hill, Columbia Waterfront, Downtown Brooklyn, Dumbo


Living in Brooklyn Heights


Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn Bridge Park at night

The Community

Virtually everything is close to the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, from the shops and restaurants of Downtown Brooklyn to the world-class arts and entertainment of Manhattan. Ferry and subway transit makes it easy to get around this neighborhood. But residents don't have to leave Brooklyn Heights to find something fun to do. Brooklyn Bridge Park is a popular destination, offering stunning Manhattan views, plenty of sports activities, tranquil gardens, on-site cafes, and even a sandy beach.

19th century rowhouse

The Homes

Historic architecture contributes to Brooklyn Heights' charm, which is one of the reasons why Brooklyn Heights remains popular among today's home buyers. Among the many real estate options in the area, you can find brownstones, wooden houses (which date back before the 1850s), and carriage houses, to name a few. If you're interested in purchasing or selling real estate in Brooklyn Heights, call or visit one of our Brooklyn office locations.

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