378 S 4TH ST in Williamsburg

Williamsburg

Good transportation Great food Fun nightlife Cool factor LGBT-popular Young crowd On the rise

One of the largest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Williamsburg has undergone a major metamorphosis in the last decade.

It’s transforming from a traditionally working-class neighborhood to a veritable embodiment of gentrification and urban rebirth. These days, tourists and day-trippers flock to Williamsburg for a little slice of cosmopolitan bohemia.

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Building Mix

  • 28% New Building
  • 13% Walk-Up
  • 11% Luxury Highrise
  • 8% Loft Building
  • 7% Pre War
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Descriptions of 378 S 4th St

With the new influx of the young and hip, this once immigrant-dominated neighborhood now supports a thriving art community, local indie rock scene, and plenty of restaurants and bars while still remaining an enclave for its traditional Italian, Polish and Latino population. Williamsburg is serviced by the L train and you can be in Manhattan in a matter of minutes. James Gibbs (Jul 2010)
Each residence features gorgeous hardwood floors, crown molding, elegant marble bathrooms, original exposed brick, recessed lighting and ceiling fans and designer kitchens with dishwashers and stainless steel appliances. Conveniently located two stops from Manhattan on the Lorimer L/Metropolitan G and Hewes J/M/Z trains, live right around the corner from this thriving neighborhood’s fantastic epicenter. This newly renovated building offers the quintessential Brooklyn lifestyle in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in all of New York City. For gourmet dining and rustic-chic ambiance, Moto restaurant is within walking distance. Gerardo Zollo (Aug 2014)
Near the L-train stops, it offers a fantastically hip (or annoying, depending on your disposition) array of bars/lounges, restaurants, shopping, and some sparkling new developments. Hossein Abadi (Mar 2012)
In the last ten years, Williamsburg has evolved from a mostly industrial warehouse neighborhood into an enclave of vintage boutiques, foodie eats, and indie music venues. Justin DiGiulio (Sep 2013)
This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals. Exposed Brick walls-Great Kitchen-Spacious Rooms-Cable/Internet Ready-High Ceilings-French doors-Close to trains. Stefan Sweeting (Oct 2013)
Located in prime Williamsburg, you're just steps from the best restaurants, cafes, and nightlife in the neighborhood. Easily get where you need to go by hopping on the J, M or G trains, just steps away. Laurie Nesbitt (Sep 2013)
Located near all the things you love about the Wonderful Neighborhood, you cannot beat this location. Alan Robeson (Jul 2012)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • J M Hewes St (0.1 mi)
  • G Broadway (0.22 mi)
  • G Metropolitan Av (0.33 mi)
  • J M Marcy Av (0.34 mi)
  • L Lorimer St (0.44 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 30
Floor area: 18500
Year built: 1915

Building Median Rents

2br: $2,520
3br: $3,175
1br: $2,795

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 319
  • Early Childhood
  • 360 KEAP STREET
  • P.S. 019 Roberto Clemente
  • Elementary
  • 325 SOUTH 3 STREET
  • El Puente Academy For Peace And Justice
  • High school
  • 250 HOOPER STREET
  • Juan Morel Campos Secondary School
  • Secondary School
  • 215 HEYWARD STREET
  • P.S. 018 Edward Bush
  • Elementary
  • 101 MAUJER STREET
  • P.S. 250 George H. Lindsay
  • Elementary
  • 108 MONTROSE AVENUE
  • Young Women's Leadership School Of Brooklyn
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • I.S. 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 101 WALTON STREET
  • P.S. 380 John Wayne Elementary
  • Elementary
  • 370 MARCY AVENUE
  • Lyons Community School
  • Secondary School
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
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