Brooklyn Heights


Brooklyn Heights, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

Brooklyn Heights, Manhattan’s “first suburb” is the closest Brooklyn Neighborhood to Manhattan. Known for its history and prominence, Brooklyn Heights is both amiable and quaint yet cosmopolitan. Historically, Brooklyn Heights or Brooklyn Village as it was once called was home to a dedicated and influential abolitionist community. Utilizing Fulton’s Steam Ferry, development in the neighborhood increased rapidly through the 19th century. Brooklyn Heights was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966, the first such historical district in New York City. Known for its gorgeous 150 year old brownstones that line the streets, this community is both insular and connected to its surroundings, minutes from Manhattan and the world famous Williamsburg. Entertainment and fine dining may be found easily, from Dellarocco’s on Hicks St. steps from the scenic Promenade to Colonie on Atlantic Ave. serving up culinary masterpieces. Brooklyn Heights is the best place for a romantic midnight stroll. Being home to the newly renovated Brooklyn Bridge Park, this neighborhood offers an escape from the rushes of city life. Transportation in this area is quick and efficient with more than ten subway lines running providing access to and from the neighborhood as well as multiple bus routes and close proximity to the Brooklyn Bridge. Brooklyn Heights has a lot to offer from picturesque architecture to a modern experience with a vintage feel.

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