67 Livingston Street

67 Livingston St · Brooklyn Heights
Property Amenities

1988

Year Built

22

Apartments

29

Stories

• Model Residence is Now Open •

67 Livingston Street is a collection of twenty-two stunningly crafted full-floor residences offering two, three and four-bedroom options. The homes are designed with a captivating blend of modern convenience and elegant luxury. Extraordinary interiors are made even more vibrant with abundant light through double and triple exposures. Every home offers unparalleled detail, from expansive layouts and state-of-the-art finishes to direct elevator access, and private outdoor balconies with East River, harbor and downtown Manhattan views.

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  • Outdoor space Patio
  • Outdoor space Balcony
  • Fitness center Gym
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Childrens playroom Childrens playroom
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Lounge Lounge
  • Package acceptance Package acceptance
  • Outdoor space Public outdoor space
  • Personal outdoor Roof deck
  • Personal outdoor Terrace
  • Verizon fios enabled Verizon fios enabled
About Brooklyn Heights

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Brooklyn Heights is located directly across the East River from Manhattan, and stretches from the old Fulton Street to Court Street. Brooklyn Heights is surrounded by Dumbo, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, and Boerum Hill. This affluent neighborhood has more than a few bonafide bragging rights: picture perfect views of the New York Harbor, Victorian-era brownstones, and proximity to the heavily strolled Promenade.


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