Tired of the Brooklyn hustle and bustle? Perhaps it's time to
check out Cobble Hill, a younger, hipper and more compact version
of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. The cozy area, comprised of
just 22 square blocks, attracts more and more creative
professionals and young families each year with its gorgeous
Italianate style brownstones and well-maintained 19th century brick
row houses. Residents of the area enjoy the benefits of living
within close distance to Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn while also
living in a quiet neighborhood with a close-knit community. Once
settled, be sure to check out Smith Street for your dose of local
fashion, hip art galleries and farm-to-table delicacies. Cobble
Hill has plenty to offer!
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill, Brooklyn
Population Density: 7,885, with a population density of
approximately 59,663/square mile (Brooklyn population density is
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill,
and Carroll Gardens.
Cobble Hill Apartments
There is also a Trader Joe's here. Interested parties can shop at Urban Outfitters. You can find Pok Pok Ny nearby. The area has a number of food options, including Colonie, Luanne's Wild Ginger All-asian Vegan, and Battersby. These are located within 968 yards.