Vinegar Hill is, in many ways, a relic of decades past.
This sleepy little neighborhood has retained a sense of 19th century charm despite the modernization that has encroached upon it from all sides. The area was named for a 1798 battle of the Irish Rebellion; “Vinegar Hill” was an English translation of a Gaelic term meaning “hill of the wood of the berries.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 38% New Building
- 21% Luxury Highrise
- 12% Pre War
- 6% Loft Building
- 4% Elevator Building
The building features studio, one and two bedroom layouts with hardwood flooring and modern italian kitchens and baths. Select homes boast floor to ceiling glass exposures with expansive city and water views. The building boasts a 24-hour doorman, a 51st floor sun deck and indoor lounge, indoor common areas including billiards, skee ball, a private dining room and gaming/screening room, a backyard featuring gas grills and a fire pit, a state of the art fitness center and more. The building is pet friendly.
The building is located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, close to Fort Greene Park, Atlantic Avenue shopping, the BAM cultural district, the restaurants and boutiques of Smith Street and the Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket. The building's centralized location puts it within walking distance to pretty much every subway line under the sun, including the 2/3/4/5/A/C/F/M/N/R/W.
$2,649, One Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom
- Luxury Highrise
- Web ID: 2302003
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