Fort Greene is filled with beautiful examples of mid-19th century Italianate and Eastlake architecture, most of which has been well preserved. Here, you will find many tree-lined streets and low-rise housing. People of all classes and races reside in Fort Greene, making it a wonderfully diverse neighborhood with a welcoming atmosphere. Its proximity to Atlantic Terminal makes transportation throughout Brooklyn, NYC and Long Island easy, and the 30-acre Fort Greene Park makes access to basketball, tennis courts, playgrounds and green space abundant.
Dan took Rebecca to a small restaurant on Dekalb called Ici (now Maison May) and to a Broken Social Scene concert at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple on their first date back in 2008.
What We Love
Fort Greene Park, proximity to Atlantic Terminal, Wegmans in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, BAM