439 Hicks StreetApt. 1C
Warren / Baltic Streets Cobble Hill
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.484
- New Development
- Pet friendly
A Brooklyn Icon. Reinvigorated. Cobble Hill Towers comprises nine six-story walk-up buildings facing Warren, Hicks and Baltic Street. Built in 1879 and renovated and modernized throughout the years, the buildings are architecturally unique with red brick and decorative railings on each terrace floor and along the top of the building. The stairwells are at the exterior (a fire prevention method at the time of construction), and lead to two terraces on each floor from which the apartments are accessed. Many units have views of Manhattan and Brownstone Brooklyn. The buildings surround two large private courtyards for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. Condos at Cobble Hill Towers are extremely well priced for this fantastic location. Whether you're looking for a sunny studio facing one of the private courtyards, a one bedroom with amazing water views, or a two or three bedroom with lots of charm, you'll find your ideal home and Cobble Hill Towers. Steps to the playgrounds, ferry slip and other attractions at Pier 6, Cobble Hill Park, and the shopping and dining scene on Henry, Court and Smith Street, Cobble Hill Towers is conveniently located near the F, G, 2, 3, 4, 5, M and R trains.The complete offering terms are in an Offering Plan available from Sponsor. File No. CD 090176. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
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Runs from Degraw Street in the south to Atlantic Avenue in the north, from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the West to Court Street to the east.
Even though Cobble Hill is in Northwest Brooklyn, don’t be surprised if you hear old-timers call this neighborhood of serene brownstones “South Brooklyn” — because Cobble Hill was once south of the city of Brooklyn, where Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn are today. In fact, Cobble Hill’s one-way streets, bluestone sidewalks, and turn-of-the-century buildings, now mostly co-ops, give you the sensation of having slipped back a century or two. Apartments are often brownstone floor-throughs, many with renovated baths and kitchens.