Cobble Hill Towers

Warren, Hicks, & Baltic Streets, Brooklyn, NY

Condominium Conversion of a Landmark
Cobble Hill Towers is a historic apartment complex of 188 residential units in nine buildings enclosing two generous landscaped courtyards. Completed in 1879, the six-story buildings are comprised of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, many with expansive views of NY Harbor and NYC’s financial district. Hudson is converting the complex into a non-eviction plan condominium conversion.

Developed by wealthy industrialist Alfred Tredway White as model housing for workers, the buildings are architecturally distinctive and have a rich history. An unusual feature of the complex is the system of private entries off exterior corridors decorated with ornate iron railings. The project is in the lovely Cobble Hill neighborhood, and enjoys access to retail districts on Smith Street and Court Street, and is convenient to several public transportation options.

The Cobble Hill Towers project is a joint venture partnership of Hudson with the longtime owner of the property that resulted in a modernization and conversion of the property. Hudson is making numerous capital investments in the property to improve the landscaped courtyard and interior common areas, security, and convenience, and to preserve the architectural heritage of the buildings for the next 130 years.

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Project Summary

  • Approximately 140,000 square feet
  • 188 units
  • Built in 1879
  • Hudson JV partnership established in 2008
  • Heavy timber and masonry construction, consistent with late 19th century building practices
  • Originally designed by William Field & Son in 1877

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