51 CLARK ST in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights

Quiet Good transportation Young crowd

One of the borough’s oldest neighborhoods, Brooklyn Heights was established in 1834 and has been a vibrant area since.

Brooklyn Heights borders are Old Fulton Street near the Brooklyn Bridge on the north end and Atlantic Avenue to the south. The East River forms its western edge and the area stretches east to Court Street and Cadman Plaza, near the Brooklyn federal buildings.

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Building Mix

  • 22% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 20% Pre War
  • 20% Luxury Highrise
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 6% Brownstone
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Descriptions of 51 Clark St

war elevator building on picturesque, tree, lined block of prime Brooklyn Heights, convenient to shops, services, and transportation, one subway stop from downtown Manhattan, two blocks from historic Brooklyn Heights Promenade with panoramic views of downtown Manhattan. Maxienne Brutus (Oct 2012)
Quiet building, Security guard, Elevator, Live-in super, Luxury building, Pre-war building, Attended lobby, Doorman, High-rise building, Lobby, Restaurants nearby, Shopping nearby, Quiet neighborhood, School nearby, Tree-lined block. Rodney Bernard (Jun 2012)
Located on tree-lined street in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, steps to the Clark street 2,3 and High A, C, this apartments is blocks away from the Promenade, steps to Cadman plaza park and short walk to all restaurants and shops. RALITSA HADZHIEVA (Jun 2014)
From the ultra-sophisticated black and white lobby to the silver nickel elevator doors, the plaster moldings on the ceilings and the terrazzo floors, this building offers a truly impressive curb appeal. It has stunningly beautiful original hardwood floors and drop dead Wall Street, bridges and mid-town views including spectacular view of Freedom Tower and the Empire State Building. Craig Meachen (Sep 2014)
The building design features a very intricate composition of multi-hued and textured brick, grey and black marble, as well as terra cotta or "faience" plaques. This building is strategically located just steps from a park, fine restaurants, shopping on Montague Street, subway trains (2,3,45, N, R, A, C) and more. Winston Maragh (Aug 2013)
This beautiful prewar low rise building is equipped with a 24 hour concierge, a live-in superintendent, laundry facility and rentable storage area. Zuriel Haskins (May 2014)
Steps to a wonderful selection of cafes (like Vineapple restaurants, assorted shops, Brooklyn Promenade and the ever awesome Brooklyn Bridge Park. Zee Grant (Feb 2014)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 2 3 Clark St (0.04 mi)
  • C A High St (0.23 mi)
  • R N Court St (0.28 mi)
  • 2 3 Borough Hall (0.4 mi)
  • 4 5 Borough Hall (0.44 mi)

building details

Floors: 12
Units: 0
Floor area: 319080
Year built: 1894

Building Median Rents

3br: $5,275

Nearby Schools

P.S. 008 Robert Fulton
Elementary
37 HICKS STREET
Urban Assembly Institute Of Math And Science For Y
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
283 ADAMS STREET
Urban Assembly School For Law And Justice, The
High school
283 ADAMS STREET
Freedom Academy High School
High school
116 NASSAU STREET
City Polytechnic High School Of Engineering, Archi
High school
105 JOHNSON STREET
George Westinghouse Career And Technical Education
High school
105 JOHNSON STREET
Urban Assembly School Of Music And Art, The
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
Brooklyn International High School
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
Science Skills Center High School For Science, Tec
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
Brooklyn Frontiers High School
High school
112 SCHERMERHORN STREET
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