The neighborhood is named for Charles Carroll, a revolutionary war veteran and the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence.
All offers based on availability and are subject to change without notice. Architectural styles include brick Greek and Gothic Revivals and Italianate brownstones. Notable residents of this beautiful Brooklyn neighborhood have included W. Located in northwest Brooklyn, Dumbo short for "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass" is an up-and-coming art district full of for-profit art galleries and non-profit institutions such as St.
As property prices continue to rise in Manhattan, Dumbo, like most Brooklyn neighborhoods, is becoming increasingly gentrified. Bounded by Flatbush Avenue to the west, Atlantic Avenue to the north, Eastern Parkway to the south, and Washington Avenue to the east, Prospect Heights is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Brooklyn and, with its tree-lined streets and classic brownstones, also one of the most beautiful.
Largely composed of family-run stores, cafes, boutiques, and antique shops, Carroll Gardens is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Unlike most other Brooklyn neighborhoods, Carroll Gardens features brownstones that are set back from the street by feet, allowing for small front gardens. The neighborhood is named for Charles Carroll, a revolutionary war veteran and the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. The neighborhood is adjacent to Carroll Gardens and Brooklyn Heights.
Along with Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill is regarded as part of "South Brooklyn," though both neighborhoods are in fact located in the northwest portion of the borough. Widely regarded as one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods, Park Slope takes its name from its location on the western slope of Prospect Park. Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn, bordered on the southwest by Williamsburg, on the southeast by East Williamsburg, on the north by Newtown Creek, and on the west by the East River.
The neighborhood is largely middle-class and features a large population of Polish immigrants. Williamsburg is a large and ethnically diverse neighborhood located in northern Brooklyn. The neighborhood, which features large enclaves of Hasidic Jews, Italians, Puerto Ricans, and Dominicans, has recently established a reputation as a hub for indie rock and hipster culture.
Its popularity among artists, however, has caused the rent to increase, forcing many residents to move further east. For many years, Bedford-Stuyvesant also known as "Bed-Stuy" has been regarded as the center of black culture in Brooklyn.
The neighborhood was the setting for the movie Saturday Night Fever. Benson, the former president of Brooklyn Gas. One-way eastbound from 2nd Avenue to 5th Avenue, cut-off by the Jackie Gleason Bus Depot , resumes path at 7th Avenue becoming two-way until Fort Hamilton Parkway where it reverts to an eastbound one way.
Important thoroughfare and truck route. Cut-off by Sunset Park between 5th and 7th Avenues. The 45th Street Station is located on 4th Avenue. Carries a portion of the westbound B11 bus route between 4th and 18th Avenues. Carries a portion of the eastbound B11 bus route between 4th and 20th Avenues.
Carries a portion of the eastbound B11 bus route between 2nd and 4th Avenues. The 53rd Street Station is located on 4th Avenue. The 59th Street Station is located on 4th Avenue. McDonald Avenue at Avenue P.
Runs westbound, one-way on a single lane between 2nd and 3rd Avenues and eastbound, one-way on a single lane between 5th and 6th Avenues and becomes a two-way, four-lane street from 6th Avenue to its terminus. Cut-off between 6th and 7th Avenues by the Gowanus Expressway. Westbound, one-way on a single lane between Colonial Road and 4th Avenue. Two-way on two lanes from Shore Road to 6th Avenue, running eastbound, one-way on one lane from 6th Avenue to 7th Avenue where it is cut-off by the Gowanus Expressway.
Runs westbound from Shore Road to 3rd Avenue where it is interrupted until 6th Avenue where it runs eastbound one block to 7th Avenue where it is again interrupted, this time by the Gowanus Expressway. In theory, the avenue is connected, but this is achieved by a pedestrian overpass. Frontage road for Brooklyn-Queens Expressway for its northernmost 0. Continuation of Colonial Road. Carries a northbound on-street bike lane running from 92nd Street to Oliver Street. Site of the Mermaid Parade.
Path impeded between 83rd and 85th streets by Fort Hamilton High School. Prospect Heights and Clinton Hill. Served by the B37 bus along the entire avenue and northbound B bus north of the Prospect Expressway but only has one stop at State Street. B63 runs the entire length of the avenue. Exists in three segments, separated by 36th—38th Street Yard and Sunset Park.
Exists in three segments. Serves as service road for Gowanus Expressway from 65th to 79th Streets. The avenue widens south of 65th Street. Exists in two segments. B70 runs along the avenue from Bay Ridge Avenue to 39th Street. Exists in four segments.
B64 bus runs along the avenue from 86th Street to Bay Ridge Avenue. Bay Ridge -bound B16 buses run along the avenue from 37th Street to 57th Street. The B6 bus runs along most of the street, until Ave J. The B82 runs south of Kings Highway. Split into two sections by the Belt Parkway. Dead ended private street along Coney Island Avenue. Contained within Starrett City. Prospect Park at Grand Army Plaza.
Continues as a dead-end street east of Bushwick Avenue. Known as "Eastern Parkway Extension" east of Broadway. Prospect Park at Park Circle. Continues as Surf Avenue once it reaches Coney Island.
88 rows · This article covers the non-directionally labeled numbered east-west streets in the New York City borough of Brooklyn between and including 1st Street and st Street. Major streets have their own linked articles; minor streets are discussed here. Board of Elections V TE NYC. BROOKLYN STREET FINDER JUNE Information Contained is Subjected To Correction and/or Deletion by the Board. Reproduction of Any Data Is Forbidden Without Permission of the Board of Elections. With over million residents spread throughout several diverse neighborhoods, Brooklyn has lots to offer from arts centers to parks and beautiful brownstones. Trendy nabes like Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn, and DUMBO offer short commutes into Manhattan.