Available for the first time after major upgrades we present the iconic Cornell Paper Building (204 Van Dyke Street) in Red Hook’s “Coffey Heights” and 185 Van Dyke Street, a 2 story warehouse with waterfront views. 204 Van Dyke Street extends the entire block of Ferris Street, from Van Dyke to Coffey Street, with multiple curb cuts and a drive-in roll up gates. Over 100′ of frontage on cobblestone streets.

Red Hook is in the process of reinvention. Its maritime past has been updated with the building of the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal—U.S. home to the Queen Mary 2. Its old warehouses now house artists and artisans. Trendy restaurants abut industrial sites as the past and future converge. It is a neighborhood with great opportunity to experience the city’s 19th century waterfront with a modern twist.

But do not wait long as Red Hook is a quickly developing neighborhood that holds boundless potential. Despite the rapid business and residential developments in recent years, Red Hook has managed to maintain a unique character not seen elsewhere, similar in feel to DUMBO and pre-2000’s Williamsburg. Its restored docks and cobblestone streets are reminiscent of a distinctive feeling sometimes indescribable.