Located on a bustling, historic block and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, 200 Montague is a classically modern rental offering for today’s Brooklyn Heights. Here is a building that preserves the architectural integrity of its pre-war neighbors, while reaching boldly to the sky with something fresh and modern. A dark-hued façade strikes a beautiful contrast to bright interiors. Thoughtfully envisioned amenities speak to a range of needs. Stylish and supremely situated, 200 Montague is an exciting new way to live in Brooklyn Heights.

200 Montague is situated in the heart of the new Borough Hall skyscraper district, a cluster of high-rise buildings that date back to the mid 19th and early 20th centuries. The façade boasts the premium craftsmanship reminiscent of this period, with intricate window detailing and dramatic setbacks. At the same time, 200 Montague is very much of today, with an articulated metal and terracotta façade that provides depth and changes throughout the day, eliciting a sharp, modern feel.



Serene, sophisticated and mid-century modern inspired, 200 Montague’s residences are peaceful escapes from New York’s non-stop energy. Open, airy layouts and clean, streamlined design set the stage for a calming experience, high above the streets of Brooklyn Heights. Oversized windows provide dramatic city views and fill the homes with incredible natural light.



200 Montague’s amenities were thoughtfully designed to help residents live their urban lives to the fullest. An incredible rooftop terrace offers panoramic views, the inviting lounge with curated bookcases and artwork feels like an extension of one’s living room, the gym with dedicated yoga room is a clean, modern space for workouts, and the children’s playroom is a fun, modular escape for playdates, hangs or music lessons. The bike room and dog wash help residents make the most of their lives outside the building.



There’s a texture and history to Brooklyn Heights that has long attracted the creative class to this dynamic neighborhood. That legacy continues today, with a mix of retail, restaurants and recreation that reflects the diversity and individuality that can be found on every street. The Borough Hall, Clark Street, Court Street and High Street subway stations are within walking distance of 200 Montague.