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My wife and I spent a week in Fort Greene, dog-sitting for our son and wife while they traveled in India over the holidays. As my title says, I would be happy to live here. A real walkable neighborhood filled with activity and diversity and...More
Descriptors: walkable, coffee shops, delis, cafes, restaurants, public transportation, schools, brown stones, somewhat funky, diverse, friendly and the list could be longer....
We spent a week at a great B&B Studio apartment located in a brown stone. The streets were tree lined, so walkable, neighbors...More
We are a family with teenagers originally from Queens, but living elsewhere. Back in NY to visit. What an amazing and beautiful neighbourhood. The residents are so friendly with plenty of places to eat and walk around. Near a few subway lines (about 25 mins...More
I love walking up and down Fulton mainly - a great bookstore - some good shops - a dynamic crowd on Friday and Saturday nights. Lots of good pockets. Love walking in Fort Greene Park. Not sure I would go there as a destination, as...More
What a difference time makes. When I was young, I could not walk safely in Fort Greene. Now there is cutlural diversity, with young sheek people walking their dogs, fancy places to eat, a great park... All I can say is Wow.
Fort Green is, as we can imagine, an American Revolutionary War fort which was built in 1776 under the supervision of General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island. This General Greene worked together with General George Washington during the Battle of Long Island in 1776. Fort...More