As New York City’s first historic district, Brooklyn Heights is renowned for its low-rise architecture and tranquil townhouse blocks. The area has been the home to artists and writers, actors and musicians since the turn of the 20th century. Some of the more notable include Arthur Miller, Truman Capote, Abram Fitkin, Marilyn Monroe, John A. Roebling, and Walt Whitman. This lovely enclave exudes charm with its restaurants, trendy cafes, bars and the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge Park and Promenade.
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