You certainly have to pay to live here. Studios start at around $1,600, one bedroom apartments rent at $2,400, and two bedrooms go for $3,800. You won’t find many no fee listings or buildings with modern amenities like doormen and elevators, but its lack of modernity is one of its greatest attractions.
Not cheap, but the charm wins many people over and though the neighborhood lacks diversity and a packed main strip, its location and beauty are exquisite. The neighborhood is beautiful, filled with tree lined streets and beautiful brownstones and townhouses. The architecture is both spectacular and diverse - even for Brooklyn Heights rentals themselves.Find Brooklyn Heights apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|75 CLINTON ST||23|
|235 GOLD ST||11|
|125 COURT ST||10|
|184 JORALEMON ST||9|
|115 MONTAGUE ST||7|
|111 LAWRENCE ST||5|
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Residents love the new Brooklyn Bridge Park and the promenade that looks out onto spectacular views of Manhattan. The primary subways are the 2,3 to Clark St., the M,R to Court St.-Borough Hall, the 2,3 to Borough Hall, and the 4,5 to Borough Hall.