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Brooklyn Bridge Park

Located in Brooklyn Bridge Park, on Pier 1, Pierhouse sits at the intersection of historic Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. Brooklyn Bridge Park has been reclaimed as a vibrant, natural green space in the tradition of the great New York City Parks. Its 85 acres along more than a mile of waterfront is the perfect "front yard" for Pierhouse. Offering fresh air, lush, verdant open spaces for playing and relaxing, opportunities for boating, and paths for strolling and riding, the Park is a culmination of a master plan to create a self-sustaining public space in Brooklyn.

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  • Brooklyn Heights Parker School
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  • Brooklyn Heights Henry's End

Brooklyn Heights

In the early 19th century, when steam ferry service provided reliable access to Wall Street, Brooklyn Heights became New York's first commuter town. The tree-lined streets and mix of architectural styles including beautiful, historic Greek Revival and Gothic Revival homes, as well as Italianate brownstones, are the perfect neighborhood setting for a residential icon like Pierhouse. Also known as "America's First Suburb," Brooklyn Heights offers a unique blend of quaint, residential charm with the accessibility and conveniences that one expects from only the best New York City neighborhoods. The schools are top notch, the restaurants are exceptional, and the shopping appeals to the most discerning of tastes. The neighborhood is also home to the famous Brooklyn Heights Promenade, a one-third-mile long walkway that offers unrivaled views of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor.

  • Dumbo carousel
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Galapagos Art Space
  • The River Cafe
  • Brooklyn Bridge street view
  • Farmers Market
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Dumbo

With its adjacency to the East River, DUMBO began its life as a manufacturing district. It still maintains this edge, even in its post-industrial revitalization, as one of the premier art districts in New York City. There is a yearly farmers market, various performance art venues, and the critically acclaimed DUMBO Arts Festival.