If you’re looking for a deal in Brooklyn, then check out 111 Hicks Street, 18-M! Located in a highly coveted, tree-lined section of Brooklyn Heights, this bright and roomy home has a motivated seller. Now is the time to scoop this one up!

Amazing bang for your buck

This 450 square foot, high-floor studio is in a historic building with fantastic views. The home is bright and spacious with exposed beams and genuine oak wood floors. Eastern views frame the skyline of downtown Brooklyn and flood the apartment with natural light. You’ll get all of the charms of a historic building, but with all the modern amenities. The kitchen features a deep sink, stainless steel appliances, and beautiful glass mosaic backsplash. You’ll even have plenty of storage with two different closet areas that offer lots of additional space.

Historic St. George Tower and Grill

The St. George Tower and Grill at 111 Hicks Street is a full-service historic building that was constructed in 1930 and converted to co-ops in 1984. It’s an Art Deco masterpiece complete with exterior gargoyles and brickwork illustrations of various birds. In fact, the building is named after St. George the Dragon Slayer. How fun is that? This is one of the most desirable addresses in Brooklyn Heights. The building features some killer amenities including:

  • Rooftop deck with spectacular 360-degree views
  • On-site, live-in manager
  • Bike room
  • Additional storage
  • Pets allowed

In addition, the building has a direct connection to Eastern Athletic Gym. This state-of-the-art fitness center and spa features group classes, squash, and Pilates. The gym also features a 40-foot pool and a selection of swim classes and private lessons.

Historic brownstone neighborhood

The St. George Tower and Grill is in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, a landmark-protected neighborhood bursting with classic brownstones. Brooklyn Bridge Park is just a few short blocks away where you can enjoy lush gardens and unbeatable Manhattan views. The park also features volleyball courts, running and bike paths, playgrounds, a picnic area, a boat launch, a dog run, and a weekend green market. There are plenty of conveniences nearby, including a variety of banks, CVS, delis, markets including Gristede’s, Michael Towne Wines, and much more. The neighborhood is packed with trendy bars and restaurants, including Henry’s End, Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar, and Jack the Horse Tavern, among many others. The prestigious performance space St. Ann’s Warehouse is also nearby.

Getting around

It’s easy to get to St. George Tower and Grill from everywhere in the city. The Clark Street 2/3 subway station is under the building, making the commute to Wall St. incredibly quick – it’s just one stop away. Other nearby subways include the A/C on High Street and the R/N on Court Street. The neighborhood is situated between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, and there’s a Citi Bike station just around the corner.

More Information

For more information about 111 Hicks Street, 18-M, see our full listing or contact Constantinos Katehis at 917-981-7708. This amazing deal won’t last long, so call Platinum Properties today to schedule your private viewing!