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Today's Featured Building: 75 Clinton Street

Exterior of 75 Clinton Street

Studio to three bedroom apartments are offered at 75 Clinton Street, which is a historic building which was originally constructed in 1910 and was recently converted to residential rental units. In 2012, Invesco redeveloped the nine story building from condominiums to rentals to service the booming rental market; rental rates range from $2,800 to $7,000 per month.

75 Clinton Street has an interesting history. Before it was turned into a residential condominium building in 2007, the building served as a bankruptcy court. The building began its latest conversion to rentals in 2012. Rawlings Architects was in charge of the conversion.

The building is situated in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, just south east of the Brooklyn Bridge.[1]


With a convenient location in Brooklyn Heights, 75 Clinton Street offers its residents a central and easily accessible location. Access to the subway is just across the street from the building, which takes the residents over the Brooklyn Bridge and into Manhattan. The building is situated very close to the shoreline of the East River, offer residents the enjoyment of outdoor walking and views from the interior of their units.


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