135 Eastern Parkway

Co-op, Prewar
186 units
  • 186 RESIDENCES
  • 16 STORIES
  • BUILT 1926

The Details

About 135 Eastern Parkway

Turner Towers is a grand art deco 24 hour doorman building with 186 apartments. It is one of very few buildings in the city that are true “tenant sponsored coops”. The tenants organized and bought out the landlord in the 60’s, sold the apartments to themselves for very low figures, and all the money that was accrued from the sales went back into restoring the structural integrity and grandeur o...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Central laundry room
  • Common garden
  • Common storage
  • Exercise room
  • Package room
  • Playroom

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Get to know Prospect Heights

One of Brooklyn’s smaller neighborhoods, Prospect Heights sits north of Prospect Park, south of Atlantic Avenue, east of Flatbush, and west of Washington. Its location is one of its principal appeals, with 10 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road serving Atlantic Terminal, and a number of Brooklyn highlights just a stone’s throw away. It can tend to be overshadowed by its neighbors, Fort Greene and Park Slope, but the area definitely has its own relaxed character and its own main street, Vanderbilt Avenue. Increasingly, the Barclays Center at the neighborhood’s northwestern corner and the planned Pacific Park (aka Atlantic Yards) project along its northern edge are ushering in luxury developments, many of them conversions of existing loft and warehouse buildings. Still, in most of Prospect Heights, 19th-century rowhouses and some larger apartment buildings from the same period line the leafy streets.

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