The true gem of Brooklyn Heights is the Promenade, a half-mile long waterfront esplanade that draws visitors all year round. With panoramic views of Manhattan and an easy commute to the city, Brooklyn Heights is the perfect marriage of convenience and beauty. The elegant townhouses that line the Brooklyn Promenade are some of the most coveted homes for sale in the area. These 19th-Century mansions were built to take advantage of the neighborhood’s sweeping views of the water and the Manhattan skyline. Many of the homes also have details like multiple fireplaces, libraries, and even the occasional elevator.
Read More But the charm of Brooklyn Heights is the abundance of lush, tree-lined streets. Many of these streets sport historic brownstones that have been converted into small co-ops – offering the opportunity to buy or rent a Brooklyn Heights apartment with its rare, original Greek Revival details. New condo buildings are designed with common roof decks to take advantage of the marvelous location. Likewise, converted warehouses have been developed as lofts, often adorned with high ceilings, chef’s kitchens, and a doorman. Everything you need — from dog runs to banks to grocery stores — is here in Brooklyn Heights. Read Less
Small Town Feeling
I've now lived in Brooklyn Heights for over 26 years and its without a doubt the smallest town I've ever lived in. It's impossible to walk down the street here without seeing someone you know.
Local tips and information for going out in the Brooklyn Heights from The Corcoran Group. Explore dining, shopping and nightlife.All Brooklyn Heights tips