At Clinton's campaign HQ, Brooklyn cool will come at a price

By Amanda Becker and Chris Prentice WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Political staffers reporting for duty at the Brooklyn headquarters that will house Hillary Clinton’s anticipated presidential campaign will find a neighborhood known for its waterfront skyline views, top-notch private schools and historic real estate. The leafy, sleepy streets in Brooklyn Heights, which sits just across the East River from lower Manhattan, are lined with stately row homes and apartment buildings. The neighborhood’s amenities and proximity to Manhattan have attracted celebrities. Just down the street from Saint Ann’s, at 1 Pierrepont Plaza, is where Clinton’s campaign-in-waiting will occupy two floors in a 19-story building, a source familiar with the plan confirmed on Friday.

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