Brooklyn / Brooklyn Heights
150 REMSEN STREET
150 REMSEN STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11201
USA
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A 7-story prewar brick building situated in one of the best neighborhoods in all of Brooklyn providing easy access to the City.

  • Studio: Not Available
  • 1 Bedroom: from $3,350
  • 2 Bedrooms: Not Available
BUILDING FEATURES

150 Remsen Street, between Clinton Street and Henry Street, is a mid-rise landmarked building in the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. Built in 1936, 150 Remsen Street consists of 49 apartment units, either Studios or 1-Bedrooms, on 7 floors serviced by 2 elevators. Travel to and from Manhattan and other parts of the City are remarkably convenient: At the Court Street station just a block away, the R, 2, 3,4 and 5 trains stop, while just beyond that at the Jay Street-MetroTech station, one could catch the A, C, and F trains. Within walking distance of 150 Remsen Street are the Brooklyn Bridge Park area green space and the remarkable Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Nearby educational institutions include New York City College of Technology and St. Francis College. In addition, the New York Transit Museum is close by to 150 Remsen Street. Various food options, such as Junior's and Curry Heights Indian Restaurant, exist throughout this neighborhood - within only a block of 150 Remsen Street, you could eat at Monty Q's, Litchee Nut and Nanatori Japanese Restaurant. Brooklyn Heights, one of the finest-preserved neighborhoods in all of New York City, exudes an historical charm with all the necessities of modern living. An elegant assortment of homes in a variety of architectural styles, from wood townhouses to Victorian mansions to prewar apartment buildings to classic brownstones, exudes a compelling aesthetic neighborhood character with a charming contemporary-yet-classic sensibility.

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150 REMSEN STREET

A seven-story prewar brick building situated in one of the best neighborhoods in all of Brooklyn providing easy access to the City.

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