Living in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn


Selected No Fee Apartments in Clinton Hill

View ALL of the available no fee apartments in
Clinton Hill. Below are a sampling of what is on the market.

$1,795
Jr. 1 Bedroom
$3,800
2 Bedroom
$2,500
1 Bedroom
$2,550
1 Bedroom
$2,575
1 Bedroom
$3,000
2 Bedroom
$2,895
2 Bedroom
$2,580
1 Bedroom
$2,350
Studio
$3,750
3 Bedroom

Clinton Hill Apartments

NY apartments are still a relative bargain in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill, especially when compared to the area's nearby neighbors, Park Slope and Boerum Hill.

 

Located in the north-central part of Brooklyn, Clinton Hill is bordered by Prospect Heights to the south, Wallabout Bay to the north, and by Bedford-Stuyvesant and Fort Greene to the east and west, respectively.

 

Although most of Clinton Hill is an officially-designated Historic District, with many beautiful old row houses and other buildings--including a few stunning mansions that remain from when the neighborhood was a commuter town for the very wealthy--the economic diversity of the area make it less desirable to some. Which, of course, is excellent news for those who seek out such things in their community.

 

Clinton Hill: Culture Within a Young Adult Neighborhood

NY apartments and condos in Clinton Hill share the neighborhood with the Pratt Institute of Art, founded by oil magnate (and Rockefeller partner) Charles Pratt, who also built several spectacular homes in the community which still stand today. Pratt injects a certain ongoing creative energy to the community, and ensures an ongoing supply of the sort of bars and low-priced eateries that follow students. The next-door neighborhood of Fort Greene supplies the closest park--called, appropriately enough, Fort Greene Park--but the excellent and huge Prospect Park is nearby as well, just a few stops away on the G train.

 

The Brooklyn Flea also makes its home in Clinton Hill during the warmer months, bringing not only an array of interesting vendors of both hand-crafted items and antiques, but also some of the best food in the borough. There's also been a recent push to launch a food coop in the community, modeled after the extremely successful venture in Park Slope.  


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