57 REMSEN 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 57 Remsen St

Boutique hotel vibe, rooftop deck with sweeping Manhattan views, common outdoor courtyard, bike storage, superintendent, responsive owner, discreet setting, steps to restaurants, shopping in DUMBO, 2 short blocks to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, 1/2 blocks to everything on Montague Street, and just a short stroll to the Borough Hall station 2/3/4/5/N/R trains means that commuting will be a simple matter with the F/G trains. Paris Stewart (Jul 2014)
Best selling building in Brooklyn Heated Indoor Pool and Hot Tub 5-Star Hotel-Style Concierge Sauna 24/7 Fitness Centers Massage/Yoga Room 400-Foot Pier and Esplanade 24/7 Doorman Childrens Playroom Outdoor Deck with Views Residents Lounge with Wet Bar Bicycle Storage On-Site Valet and Parking Screening Room 2 Restaurants IT doesn't stop there. Matthew Hars (Sep 2012)
Located on a quiet, tree lined block off Montague Street in the highly desirable and historic Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, only a block away from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, which offers views of the beautiful New York City skyline. With convenient access to Manhattan (5 minutes by cab and one subway stop to Wall Street) and just steps away from Montague Street with its many trendy cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, gourmet markets and other upscale, retail stores. Marcus Schott (Jul 2014)
The sophistication of elegant mansions and beautiful brownstones on this street captivate the eye as you stroll to shops, restaurants or to and from 10 subway lines. Craig Meachen (Aug 2014)
Convenient access to Brooklyn Bridge Park, Trader Joe's, many excellent shops and restaurants, and so many trains including the N, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 A, C, F and G. Lori Hurwitz (Mar 2013)
This historical and charming neighborhood invites you to a variety of coffee shops, fine cafes, delightful restaurants and fine eateries for your enjoyment. Michael Cawley (Oct 2012)
High ceilings, hardwood floors, near a park and public transportation, and close to great restaurants, shopping venues and nightlife. Sully Klein (Mar 2014)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 2 3 Clark St (0.28 mi)
  • R N Court St (0.31 mi)
  • 2 3 Borough Hall (0.44 mi)
  • 4 5 Borough Hall (0.45 mi)
  • C A High St (0.5 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 14
Floor area: 11800
Year built: 1900

Nearby Schools

  • 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
  • P.S. 008 Robert Fulton
  • Elementary
  • 37 HICKS STREET
  • Brooklyn Frontiers High School
  • High school
  • 112 SCHERMERHORN STREET
  • City Polytechnic High School Of Engineering, Archi
  • High school
  • 105 JOHNSON STREET
  • Pacific High School
  • High school
  • 112 SCHERMERHORN STREET
  • P.S. 029 John M. Harrigan
  • Elementary
  • 425 HENRY STREET
  • Freedom Academy High School
  • High school
  • 116 NASSAU STREET
  • George Westinghouse Career And Technical Education
  • High school
  • 105 JOHNSON STREET
  • Brooklyn International High School
  • High school
  • 49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
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