Historic Brooklyn Heights offers a unique investment opportunity within an elegant pre-war elevator cooperative building one block from the Promenade in this, the original bedroom community to New York City.
The acquisition consists of four apartments: a single two-bedroom, a single three-bedroom, and two one-bedroom apartments.
Each home reflects the prewar era design with foyer entry, original hardwood parquet floors, windows in every room, 9′ ceilings, appropriately proportioned rooms, original moldings, and windows even in the kitchens and bathrooms.
A single one bedroom apt is free market currently at a preferential rate.
The other three apartments are rent stabilized. One is dated and two are complete estate condition.
The experience is quaint and intimate with just four apartments per floor. This community enjoys a pet-friendly environment, live-in superintendent, basement storage, bike room, solid cooperative financials and reasonable monthly maintenances.
Brooklyn Heights is the borough’s first Historic Preservation District heralded as one of the most desirable residential locations in New York.
The neighborhood was the site where George Washington watched the American Revolutionary War’s disastrous Battle of Long Island unfold. It soon became a popular destination for affluent New York investors to build their homes. The promenade opened in 1950 built to protect Brooklyn Heights from a proposal to build an expressway through the heart of the neighborhood.
Convenience abounds with premium shopping, dining, cafes, grocery stores, coffee houses, cocktail bars, banks, and fitness options galore.
The Borough Hall subway hub includes the trains 2/3, 4/5, N/R, with the 2/3 A/C a short walk north at Clark St. and High St.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is realized after decades of anticipation boasting a plethora of outdoor activities and events, marina, water-taxi, foods, playgrounds, piers, music and education rivaling anything across New York City.
This destination location is walking distance just beyond the Promenade and set with the backdrop of panoramic awe-inspiring views across the East River to Downtown Manhattan all the way to the Empire State Building including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, and to the south Governors Island, Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, and the Verrazano Bridge.