Built in 1913, 66 Orange Street is a classic pre-war north Brooklyn Heights co-op that spreads across 5 floors, distributed between 21 apartments. Located in New York City's Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, 66 Orange Street is a low-rise cooperative, only steps from the historic Promenade, nestled on a quiet picturesque street. The building has a beautiful planted and furnished roof deck and additional common outdoor space on the ground floor. The laundry room is on the first floor and there is storage for every apartment in the basement. The lobby of 66 Orange was tastefully redesigned recently, and the building is very well maintained. Cats are allowed, and dogs are considered upon approval. 66 Orange requires a 20 percent down payment.