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Very few residences offer access to so much, so close. The spirit of the Crown Heights neighborhood is an invigorating one. Yoga in the park, biking along the historic promenade of Eastern Parkway and sampling farm-direct delicacies at Brooklyn’s flagship Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket contribute to the perfect, meditative outdoor lifestyle.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden Palm House
Traditional Brooklyn Stoop
CitiBike across the Street from 111 Montgomery
Escape the daily grind. Beloved destinations known for their Zen moments are right outside your door. The cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden are the definition of spring in New York. Local community gardens and the majestic, 562-acre Prospect Park offer fresh air and an abundance of greenery.
Experience the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
Prospect Park Boathouse + Audubon Center
Lady J+1 Boutique with ‘Brooklyn Made’ designs
Every street holds a new discovery. Indie shops full of vintage, vinyl and the works of local artisans. Open-air concerts at the Prospect Park Bandshell and movies under the stars. Centuries of art and artifacts at one of the world’s greatest cultural institutions, the Brooklyn Museum. Classes of every kind, from Chinese tea ceremonies to business incubator programs at the Brooklyn Library. Crown Heights is home base for the curious and the adventurous.
This is an active neighborhood at play. From cycling the Prospect Park bike loop and kayaking the lake, to all things winter-ice hockey, figure skating and curling. Jog. Fish. Horseback ride. Whatever the season, the options are endless.
Sample an epicurean melting pot with refined and eclectic local dining adventures. Foodies get their fix in a hub of global specialties at well-respected restaurants, tiny culinary hideouts with their own unique menus and, according to locals, the best pizza in the city. Nearby Berg’n offers the quintessential Brooklyn beer and food hall experience.
Brooklyn Public Library at Grand Army Plaza
Tree-lined Streets Along Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn Botanic Garden entrance
Manhattan is a 20-minute subway ride away, but there are endless reasons to stay local. Sophisticated cocktail lounges, breweries and a boisterous music and dance scene on the plaza at the Brooklyn Library, for starters. For world-renowned entertainment, head downtown to Barclays Center.