Cobble Hill at a Glance
Cobble Hill is, like most of brownstone Brooklyn, predominantly a historic district with exceptional examples of early-mid 19th century townhouses and row houses. The neighborhood offers a quick commute to Manhattan, an excellent public grade school, and a small public park with leafy trees and children's playground. Its proximity to Downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO makes it a perfect place to reside for those interested in working close to home.
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The residential area of Cobble Hill, steeped in history and comprising a nearly 800- building historic district, has as broad a selection of 19th century architectural styles as can be found in any neighborhood in the city. Its commercial strength lies in its tasteful nightlife and restaurant scene on the main retail corridors of Court Street and Smith Street.
Cobble Hill Park
A popular gathering spot for local families features children's playgrounds and play areas.
One of Cobble Hill's two major retail corridors filled with locally-owned boutiques and restaurants.