Clinton Hill at a Glance
Wedged between Fort Greene and Bed-Stuy, Clinton Hill is an attractive neighborhood for artists and professionals alike. With a fine mixture of pre-Civil War era mansions, brownstones, and carriage houses, a sizable portion of the neighborhood has been designated a historic district. At the center stands Pratt Institute, renowned for its focus on architecture, industrial, and interior design, and drawing an influx of international tenants to the area. As such, Clinton Hill has many diverse restaurants, bars, and cafes to cater to its diverse residential mix.
Residential Market: 2020
Avg Residential Rent
Avg Price for Condo Sellouts
Investment Sales: 2020
Total Dollar Volume of Investment Sales
Avg Multifamily Sale PPSF
Avg Retail/Mixed-Use Sale PPSF
Avg Development Site Sale PPBSF
Additional Demographics: 2020
Avg Household Income
B 25 B26 B38 B45 B52 B54 B57 B72 B69
From its beautiful brownstone and mansion-lined streets to its unique restaurants to the mix of students drawn to the area by both Pratt Institute and nearby St. Joseph's College, Clinton Hill has a special mix of old and new world charm.
Founded in 1887 by American industrialist Charles Pratt, today it is known as a leading university for art and architecture.
Brown Memorial Baptist Church
Historic church in the heart of the neighborhood.