Red Hook

Touted as a neighborhood “on the verge,” Red Hook is a growing Brooklyn enclave that borders Carroll Gardens and is part of the collection of communities called South Brooklyn. Townhouses, large warehouse spaces and one-and two-bedroom apartments punctuate Red Hook and its affordability has made it a welcome home for many artists, small businesses and industries. It is named for the red clay soil and the point of land projecting into the East River.

New construction abounds in the area: such as the planned massive waterfront Fairway shopping-and-condominiums complex on Van Brunt Street that was recently approved. Both appealing and reviled is IKEA, the furniture superstore slated to open on the waterfront. This will be its largest store in the U.S. — and to challenge the uninspired “big box” architecture of most mega-stores, many have been challenged to envision innovative designs for the building: these ideas include rooftop meeting areas open for community activities and a waterfront esplanade. IKEA will also provide ferry service to and from Manhattan.

The blocks south of Commerce Street and east of Van Brunt, as well as Coffey Street between Conover and Ferris with their cobblestone streets and views of the waterfront are prime areas for revitalizations. Breweries and creative offshoots of five-star Manhattan restaurants abound — including Six Point Craft Ales, which sports funky monikers such as Sweet Action and Abigail for its beers; Hope & Anchor — catered to neighborhood dwellers with its punchy menu; and Alma — a Mexican restaurant known for its views of lower Manhattan and Carroll Gardens.

Since there is no subway to Red Hook, the New York Water Taxi and driving are the best choices for commuters.

1st time offered in decades is 207 Van Brunt Street.$6,500,000
gt ; This Red Hook crown jewel is finally on the market.$3,150,000
Industrial chic meets contemporary elegance in this stunning 3 story Red Hook townhouse, seen in numerous publications such as Dwell and New York Living Reinventing Home by Rizzoli for its ...$3,150,000
67 Dikeman Street, Brooklyn.$2,890,000
A modern marvel and truly unique opportunity awaits in Red Hook, Brooklyn !$2,795,000
Enjoy living in this brand new, four story townhouse with an expansive layout and roof deck boasting unbelievable Manhattan skyline views.$2,695,000
Third Floor Unit 2 Bed, 2 Bath condominium with parking, 895, 000 The layout of this home is perfect for urban living, and exceptional details abound.$895,000
Immediate Occupancy Second floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condominium, 795, 000 The layout of this home is perfect for urban living, and exceptional details abound.$795,000
Immediate Occupancy Third floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condominium, 895, 000 The layout of this home is perfect for urban living, and exceptional details abound.$895,000
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ! Welcome to Red Hook, Brooklyn.$1,195,000
Possibility, Peace and Quiet amp ; Private Parking A truly unique property, this bright three story single family house is nestled on the very back of the lot, allowing for ...$1,399,000
Red Hook, a coveted neighborhood in Brooklyn, with a rare mix of industrial building, condos, and townhouses.$2,095,000
Welcome home to 45 Wolcott Street, a magnificent renovated two family townhouse in the gorgeous and dynamic neighborhood of Red Hook !$2,180,000
Refined luxury in Red Hook.$2,250,000
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