Cobble Hill

A hidden gem found on the city’s west side.

Welcome to Cobble Hill

Peaceful and easygoing neighborhood with centralized shopping and dining
Relocate to one of Brooklyn's quietest and most laid-back neighborhoods. Cobble Hill is a hidden gem found on the city’s west side. Here, locals enjoy highly-rated public schools, few commercial buildings, and a relaxed environment. Surrounding the perimeter of this largely residential community is a marvelous selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars. Thanks to the compact size of the neighborhood, it is quick and easy to walk to area parks, businesses, and schools.
Historic brownstone buildings line the streets of Cobble Hill. Most roads (such as those that lie between Kane Street and Degraw Street) are strictly dedicated to residential properties. Individuals who want to relocate to a neighborhood that is serene and easygoing should absolutely consider moving to this beloved Brooklyn community.

What to Love

  • Tranquil, laid-back vibe
  • Mostly residential 
  • Brownstone buildings
  • Sits along Interstate 278

Local Lifestyle

Thanks to its many positive characteristics, Cobble Hill has become a sought-after Brooklyn neighborhood. Longtime locals and newcomers alike see the immense value in residing here. Families are especially drawn to this area, as it is within walking distance of several exceptional elementary schools. Top-notch restaurants, quaint cafes, and sprawling Cobble Hill Park are also located steps from home.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Stretching along the boundaries of Cobble Hill are a myriad of phenomenal stores and restaurants. Residents never have to venture far to enjoy a delicious meal or a leisurely afternoon of shopping.
Stroll along Court Street to find the vast majority of Cobble Hill’s shops and eateries. Sample a tapestry of flavors at places such as Court Pastry Shop, The Chocolate Room, Buddy's Burrito & Taco Bar (a long-standing neighborhood favorite), Lobo, Awash, Darna Falafel, Oh Dumplings, Court Street Bagels, Blank Street Coffee, Café Chili, and Bareburger. This same road features stores such as Bonobos, Lolo, rag & bone, Marine Layer, and Staubitz Market butcher shop.

Atlantic Avenue is another hotspot for shopping and dining in Cobble Hill. Planning a meal out? Locals are fond of the eclectic menu offerings at places such as Colonie, Boutros, Chez Moi, Table 87, and Luzzo's BK. Down the road from these exceptional establishments, residents also have easy access to stores such as Trader Joe’s, Key Food Supermarkets, PetSmart, Marshalls, and many others.

Things to Do

Despite being a mostly residential community, Cobble Hill provides residents with pleasing ways to spend their free time.

Hands down, the neighborhood’s favorite spot to visit is Cobble Hill Park. Serving as an outdoor oasis for those living nearby, get lost in the lush greenery and storybook-like walking paths found in this park. There are also multiple areas for kids to play and have fun. You can find this park nestled between Congress Street, Henry Street, Verandah Place, and Clinton Street.

A short walk away, Van Voorhees Playground provides even more fun and entertainment. In this same outdoor space, you’ll find a dog park, tennis courts, and bicycles for rent. Those who travel a bit further will be able to enjoy the beauty and scenery at the southernmost part of Brooklyn Bridge Park.


Parents of school-aged children will find that Cobble Hill is close to several top-rated public schools.

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