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Conveniently nestled at the edge of Downtown Brooklyn and brownstone Brooklyn

Façades of Brooklyn buildings

Situated between the bustle of Downtown Brooklyn and quiet, tree-lined brownstone Brooklyn, 11 Hoyt boasts an exceptional location. 11 Hoyt offers a wealth of transit options—11 subway lines within a five-block radius—as well as world-class culture, entertainment, and shopping.

Fort Greene Park

The charming streets of Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene, and Brooklyn Heights are filled with one-of-a-kind restaurants, bars, and boutiques that capture the borough’s famously creative spirit. Add to this an abundance of leafy parks and Brooklyn’s extraordinary riverfront and you’ve found yourself at home in one of New York City’s most exciting and livable neighborhoods.

Mile End Deli
Barclays Center
Junior's Restaurant

Bars & Restaurants

Nearby eateries and drinking establishments run the cultural and culinary gamut—from charming bakeries, coffee shops, and wine bars, to legendary delis and pizzerias, to innovative restaurants from celebrated chefs.

Blue Bottle Coffee
Ssam Korean Bistro
Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Wellness & Outdoors

The neighborhood offers a wealth of opportunities for walking, playing, and getting in shape, including numerous gyms, yoga studios, boutique fitness venues, playgrounds, athletic fields, and several of New York City’s best parks.

Fort Greene Park
Jane's Carousel
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Fort Greene Park
Fort Greene Park Greenmarket
Bird Brooklyn


From everyday necessities to special-occasion splurges, 11 Hoyt puts you in the center of Brooklyn’s best shopping—big-name retailers like Barneys, Target, and Trader Joe’s as well as homegrown indie fashion, design, and kids’ boutiques with Brooklyn flair.

Clare V.


BAM’s avant-garde theater, cinema, music, and dance, Barclays Center’s superstar concerts and major-league sporting events, and other cultural venues draw global audiences to Downtown Brooklyn.

BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building
Barclays Center and the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, Brooklyn's first skyscraper, in the background