Fort Greene
Best known for Fort Greene Park, this diverse neighborhood is full of beautiful brownstones, cultural centers, and seriously good coffee. In recent years, independent retailers have set up shop, putting Fort Greene on the cutting edge of the latest trends.
About Fort Greene
24,504
People live in Fort Greene
$122,281
Avg. Household Income
35
Avg. Age
Fort Greene is what the West Village once was: diverse, cultural, and accessible. It is home to a new generation of New Yorkers, looking to find community, cuisine, culture, and, of course, great coffee. Fort Greene is home to upscale bars, some of New York’s best restaurants, beautiful tree-lined streets, trendy upscale boutiques, authentic NY bodegas, and subway access. The area has always played an integral role in York’s art scene (BAM, MoCADA and Greenlight Bookstore), and in recent years has become a favorite shooting location for show runners and directors.
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Traffic Ranking
#2
Out of all retail areas in Brooklyn
Top 3 Ranked
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#2 West Village
#3 NoLita
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