Cobble Hill Towers
443 Hicks Street, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY 11201

New Development Condo

72 units
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  • 72 RESIDENCES
  • 6 STORIES
  • BUILT 1870

The Details About 443 Hicks Street

Cobble Hill Towers comprises nine six-story walk-up buildings facing Warren, Hicks and Baltic Streets. 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.

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • Guarantors allowed

Cobble Hill Towers Units

  • transaction type
    • Sold
    • Rented
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Get to know Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill comprises the romanticized Brooklyn that enchants our popular imagination. It’s the “Co” in "BoCoCa," the acronym sometimes used to group it into a contiguous unit with adjacent Boerum Hill and Carroll Gardens. While the three certainly share similarities, the feel here is markedly distinct. Historically, the area developed as a rural extension of Brooklyn Heights, a mostly-residential neighborhood that evolved both as a steamboat suburb of old New York and a central locale within Brooklyn, then an independent city fueled economically by nearby manufacturing and in serving the commercial hub for Long Island’s agricultural bounty. Today, you'll find it to be a prim, approachable corner of town with a well-balanced mix of exploits for work and play: ample parks, hidden alleys, exciting eateries, and stunning townhouses on leafy low-rise streets—many are named for families who settled here in the 18th and 19th centuries, and a few even remain, appropriately, cobblestone. The Bergen F stop offers the closest subway service, with additional lines just a few blocks up at Borough Hall station.

Cobble Hill Neighborhood Guide

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