Office Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Green spaces and plenty of charm

Fort Greene at a Glance

Fort Greene is a residential neighborhood in Brooklyn. It’s named after the fort of the same name, used during the American Revolutionary War. Fort Greene Park now stands where the original fort was located. Fort Greene is a neighborhood that takes advantage of its public spaces with markets and other outdoor activities. Residents and tourists alike know to go to the Brooklyn Flea on Saturdays to find vintage gifts or fresh produce. Fort Greene shows a penchant for things done by hand. Handmade DIY bikes are a pride in this neighborhood. And there's charisma abound, thanks to its bars and secret spots. Fort Greene also pays attention to detail. It's the kind of neighborhood that keeps the stairs clean in case you want to sit and friendly exchanges are commonplace. Quiet walks home from the subway are a favorite pastime for many residents. For architecture, you’ll find typical Brooklyn houses nestled amongst the lush trees across from Fort Greene Park. Walt Whitman and John Steinbeck have both called Fort Green their home, and today artists like filmmaker Spike Lee choose Fort Greene for its laissez-faire atmosphere and green spaces. You will definitely fall in love with this part of Brooklyn.


Fort Greene's location is fantastic. Easy and quick access to the subway makes Fort Greene a starting point from which to explore other neighborhoods of New York and Brooklyn. The blue subway lines A and C cut through this neighborhood with a stop at Lafayette, while the red lines 2 and 3 and the green lines 4 and 5 stop at Nevins on Flatbush Avenue. Flatbush Avenue also separates Fort Greene from its neighborhor on the west, Boerum Hill. Flushing Avenue separates Fort Greene from Dumbo and Vinegar Hill to the north, where the Brooklyn Navy Yard is located. Highway 278 will get you to Williamsburg or Manhattan, going to the other direction, across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Located to the west are Clinton Hill and the Pratt Institute Libraries. On its southern border, Atlantic Avenue separates Fort Greene from Prospect Heights, which is home to the Grand Army Plaza and the expansive Prospect Park. Attractions in Fort Greene are the Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower, which was the tallest building in Brooklyn for over 80 years, and next to it, the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Fort Greene is the perfect place for all those who like quaint neighborhoods with charming nooks and attention to detail. It is one of the safest neighborhoods in Brooklyn that will charms all.
the average price per person
22% more expensive
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