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Clinton Hill Coops S
361 Clinton Avenue, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Post-war Co-op

106 units
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  • 106 residences
  • 14 stories
  • BUILT 1946

The Details About 361 Clinton Avenue

Solidly constructed in the 1940s for naval officers and workers in the the nearby Brooklyn Naval Yard, this multi-building complex stretches from Lafayette Avenue (South Campus) to Myrtle Avenue (North Campus) along Clinton Hill''s Avenue of Mansions, Clinton Avenue. The buildings feature laundry facilities, 24-hour security, storage, and 24-hour maintenance. These apartments tend to be very su...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

Clinton Hill Coops S Units

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Get to know Clinton Hill

Owing to its central location in northwestern Brooklyn, Clinton Hill is almost unfathomably close to neighborhoods that would otherwise feel relative worlds apart. But its proximal position is merely a bonus: Clinton Hill's lush, brownstoned blocks attract on their own terms. Traces of the past help to create a captivating present. Clinton Hill’s coveted 19th-century rowhouses span many architectural styles, including Beaux-Arts, Italianate, and Neo-Grec. Multiple façade arches and a two-story oriel window make the Queen Anne-style Lincoln Club an absolute head-turner. There’s even a collection of winsome freestanding mansions on Clinton Avenue, some of which connect to the industrialist Charles Pratt, founder of the eponymous Pratt Institute. Playing host to this internationally-recognized institution for art and design adds all the more to the neighborhood's good looks and leafy environs.

Clinton Hill Neighborhood Guide