The 269 Henry Street building is located in Brooklyn Heights, Northwestern Brooklyn, Brooklyn.
Considered one of the most well-preserved neighborhoods in all
of New York, Brooklyn Heights' streets are lined with an elegant
assortment of architectural styles, from wood townhouses to
Victorian mansions to prewar apartment buildings to classic
brownstones. The neighborhood is home to the Brooklyn Heights
Promenade, a popular locations for walkers and joggers to enjoy the
majestic views of the Manhattan skyline. Those looking to make
their home in Brooklyn Heights should note that there are very few
high-rise buildings (located on Montague and Court). The
neighborhood is relatively densely populated.
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Population Density: 19,754 people; population density
61,825 people per square mile (city-wide: 26,798 people per square
mile; Brooklyn-wide: 34,917 people per square mile)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: DUMBO, Fulton Ferry, Downtown
Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, Columbia Street Waterfront, Boerum Hill
Public Transit: 2/3 (Clark St.), A/C (High St.),
Brooklyn Heights Apartments
Interested parties can shop at Urban Outfitters. A number of shops (including Macy's) can be found around here. The area has a number of food options, including Luanne's Wild Ginger All-asian Vegan, Shake Shack - Downtown Brooklyn, and Pok Pok Ny. These are located within 596 yards. Colonie and Brooklyn-heights Deli are some of the restaurants in the area. Brooklyn Fare is one of the grocery stores here. Anyone looking for a fitness center can join Equinox Brooklyn Heights.