Clinton Hill is largely residential, ethnically diverse and artsy with many small restaurants and student pieces throughout the neighborhood.
Pratt Institute’s 25-acre campus in the north has revitalized the neighborhood and the many landmarked buildings show Clinton Hill’s historical significance.
Rows of landmarked brownstones and mansions, condos and apartment buildings convey the diversity of Clinton Hill.
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Pratt Institute’s sculpture park is the largest of its kind in the city and is a favorite spot for locals and students.
A bustling array of students, artists, middle class workers and businesses make up the pulse of the neighborhood.
Students and young professionals unwind in local bars or travel through the area to trendier Brooklyn spots.