120 JACKSON 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 120 Jackson St

Quiet neighborhood. Restaurants nearby. Christian Ehigiator (May 2013)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • L Graham Av (0.22 mi)
  • L Lorimer St (0.29 mi)
  • G Metropolitan Av (0.41 mi)
  • L Grand St (0.51 mi)

building details

Floors: 3
Units: 0
Floor area: 5250
Year built: 1930

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 132 The Conselyea School
  • Elementary
  • 320 MANHATTAN AVENUE
  • John Ericsson Middle School 126
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 424 LEONARD STREET
  • P.S. 018 Edward Bush
  • Elementary
  • 101 MAUJER STREET
  • Williamsburg Preparatory School
  • High school
  • 257 NORTH 6 STREET
  • Williamsburg High School For Architecture And Desi
  • High school
  • 257 NORTH 6 STREET
  • Brooklyn Preparatory High School
  • High school
  • 257 NORTH 6 STREET
  • Young Women's Leadership School Of Brooklyn
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • Lyons Community School
  • Secondary School
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • Green School: An Academy For Environmental Careers
  • High school
  • 223 GRAHAM AVENUE
  • Progress High School For Professional Careers
  • High school
  • 850 GRAND STREET
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