176 JOHNSON ST in Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn

Good transportation On the rise

With a population of around 7,050, Downtown Brooklyn is hip, easygoing, and relatively upscale, but not pretentiously so.

The area has a mix of historic brownstones, new and converted high-rise apartments, restaurants, boutiques, theaters and more, usually at lower prices than their Manhattan counterparts. Downtown Brooklyn, with its mix of old and new, high end and inexpensive finds alike, is a great place to explore.

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Building Mix

  • 65% Luxury Highrise
  • 17% New Building
  • 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 3% Loft Building
  • 2% Post War
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Descriptions of 176 Johnson St

Snug against Boerum Hill and Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn has historically been the civic and commercial center of the borough, with Fulton Street being a popular location amongst locals shopping for all sorts of knick-knacks and apparel. Roof deck. Katie Hummel (Sep 2011)
East exposure, North exposure, Roof deck, Roof rights, Full city view, Full skyline view, Floors, oversized, Modern kitchen, Great closet space, Washer/dryer, Dishwasher Building Features. Convienently located near 10 subway lines, Fort Greene Park, Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, BQE, Metrotech Center and all the new shopping and restaurants in Downtown Brooklyn. The condo building features a full time live-in super, fitness center, common furnished roof deck, package room, bike room and underground parking garage. Just blocks from Dekalb and Jay St subway stations, one stop from the city. Karen Smith (Jul 2014)
The neighborhood is bounded by the Brooklyn Navy Yard/Nassau Street to the north, Flatbush Avenue to the west, Vanderbilt Avenue to the east and Atlantic Avenue to the south. The neighborhood is close to the Atlantic Avenue train station, with service to many subway lines, allowing you to be in Manhattan in minutes. Fort Greene is known for its tree-lined streets and refined housing. And the G train at Fulton Street. Neighborhood. Nina Morrow (Jan 2011)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • R N B D Q DeKalb Av (0.29 mi)
  • R N Jay St - MetroTech (0.29 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Hoyt St (0.34 mi)
  • C A F Jay St - MetroTech (0.37 mi)
  • F York St (0.46 mi)

building details

Floors: 8
Units: 56
Floor area: 63378
Year built: 1926

Nearby Schools

George Westinghouse Career And Technical Education
High school
105 JOHNSON STREET
Brooklyn International High School
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
Science Skills Center High School For Science, Tec
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
Urban Assembly School Of Music And Art, The
High school
49 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION
City Polytechnic High School Of Engineering, Archi
High school
105 JOHNSON STREET
Khalil Gibran International Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
50 NAVY STREET
P.S. 287 Bailey K. Ashford
Elementary
50 NAVY STREET
P.S. 067 Charles A. Dorsey
Elementary
51 SAINT EDWARDS 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
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