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About 135 Willow

Located on a tree–lined street in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, 135 Willow represents the best in multi–unit residential living. Construction of this ten–floor, 111–unit apartment building in the Art Deco style was completed in 1956 and converted from a rental property to a cooperative in June 1984. The cooperative is managed by a seven member Board of Directors.

The care and detail given to the two planting beds flanking the main entrance are emblematic of the many amenities 135 Willow offers its shareholder residents. First, and perhaps foremost, is the common area roof deck and its sitting areas which feature a panoramic view of the New York Harbor surrounded by the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and New Jersey skylines. Other amenities include a live–in superintendent, 24–hour doormen, day porters, two elevators, laundry room, and parking garage. Another common area available to residents is a court yard which spans the entire rear of the building.

135 Willow replaced three single family homes: #131, #135, and #137. History buffs may enjoy comparing the before and after street views below.

Willow Street Before and After