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The Landmark
58 Strong Place, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Pre-war Condo

23 units
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  • 23 residences
  • 4 stories
  • BUILT 1851

The Details About 58 Strong Place

The Landmark at Strong Place is an historic Gothic Revival church at the corner of Degraw Street and Strong Place in beatific Cobble Hill. Constructed circa 1851 and converted to residential use in 2010, this 23-unit condominium is the seamless blend of old world Brooklyn charm with modern conveniences such as a virtual doorman, fitness center, storage units, package room, bicycle storage and c...

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

The Landmark Units

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Get to know Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill rests within a romanticized corner of northwest Brooklyn that feels pulled from a storybook. It’s the vintage feel of Brooklyn Heights and the calm airiness of Carroll Gardens wrapped in an attractive Boerum Hill-sized package. The area’s historic district was designated in 1969 — the second such area landmarked in Brooklyn — containing the kind of darling 19th-century brownstone synonymous with the borough’s architecture. Elsewhere, houses of worship designed by famed ecclesiastical architects Richard Upjohn and Minard Lefever add an aura of grandness to the surrounding environment. Stunning historic buildings aren't the only part of Cobble Hill's package deal: You'll also get ample green space, hidden alleys, and exciting eateries — all along charmingly leafy streets.

Cobble Hill Neighborhood Guide