Crown Heights

Crown Heights

Having a storied history and a diverse community, Crown Heights is a dynamic neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn. For a long time the area has been home to many Jewish and West Indian immigrants. Despite a recent renaissance Crown Heights still maintains much of its traditional culture. The area was once home to Ebbets Field, the home stadium of the Brooklyn Dodgers franchise, before its closing in 1957. Today, many attractions can be found in Crown Heights like the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Furthermore, every Labor Day the West Indian Carnival comes to Crown Heights and features colorful displays, delicious food, and traditional music.

 

 

Tips From The Locals 

Eat lunch, dinner at least once on…Franklin Avenue and surrounding streets since Franklin Avenue is evolving into a new foodie mecca, ranging from international and local cuisine to yummy pizza at Barboncino, bustling bars and shops selling locally made cheeses and organic produce. 

I am always happy to discuss what is going on in the neighborhood: What is your favorite spot/activity in your neighborhood? Where to find the best pizza? How to spend the perfect day in your area? I look forward to hearing your inspirational take on your neighborhood by emailing me at gsewtz@compass.com