150 Joralemon Street

Co-op, Prewar
88 units
  • 88 RESIDENCES
  • 12 STORIES
  • BUILT 1924

The Details

About 150 Joralemon Street

Built in the 1920s, 150 Joralemon was originally an Art Deco commercial building that is now a well preserved co-op. It has a renovated lobby and elevators, free storage and a bike room for a fee in the basement with 24/7 access, a live-in super and two porters to receive your packages. Brand new community and exercise rooms. It is pet-friendly and set in the most convenient and charming of loc...

key features
  • Cable ready
  • Exercise room
  • High-speed internet
  • Multi-floor laundry
  • Playroom
  • Private storage

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Get to know Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights was long New York’s poshest suburb. By the 1820s, investors were buying lots, drawn by the proximity (by ferry) to downtown Manhattan. Along its streets, located between Cadman Plaza and the East River, and south to Atlantic Avenue, rowhouses and churches were built, creating an elegant neighborhood that remains remarkably intact to this day. As the first neighborhood protected by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Law, blocks and blocks of 19th-century architecture have been preserved with only a few more-contemporary buildings that snuck in before the district was established in 1965. Montague Street, the neighborhood’s main commercial strip, includes local favorites when it comes to restaurants and other businesses for the necessities of daily life: a supermarket, hardware store, dry cleaner, and more. Brooklyn Heights may not be the borough’s coolest neighborhood, but DUMBO and Smith Street are among the trendier areas close by.

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