Crown Heights

Home to a large number of Brooklyn's museums, Crown heights adds a bit of spice to Brooklyn's neighborhoods. This neighborhood boasts the influence of a strong Caribbean community. This location is renowned for its cultural spaces. Originally, it was known as Crow Hill which refers to its hillside location and the crows at the area's highest peak. The name "Crown Heights" was adopted in reference to the extension of Crown Street in 1916.

It’s not a secret that this neighborhood continues to develop and will one day become Brooklyn’s most popular neighborhoods for residents and visitors. New businesses, restaurants and bars are opened at this colorful and vibrant location. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, St. John’s Recreation Center and Berg’n are some of the top attractions in this neighborhood. Don’t forget to visit Nostrand Avenue to get a feel for the neighborhood’s Caribbean and West Indian culture.

Crown Heights Real Estate is bordered by Bed-Stuy to the north, where Atlantic Avenue forms the boundary between the Crown Heights and Bed-Stuy. There are plenty of houses and apartment buildings and convenient access to train lines that certainly attract new residents. This neighborhood offers antique wares, vintage clothing, cocktails, pizza spots and a lot more. Here, you can explore several parks including Brower Park, Lincoln Terrace/Arthur S. Somers Park, St. John’s Recreation Center and many more. Well, Crown Heights attracts a number of home buyers and renters who want to pay less then Prospect Heights and Clinton Hill.

When it comes to having coffee with your family, try Richol Bakery for that authentic café vibe. Franklin Park is a popular beer garden providing DJ, games, large drinking space and fireworks. Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a must-see destination in Crown Heights and its highlights include lily pool terrace, the Japanese gardens, the cherry blossoms, the aquatic house, and bonsai museum. Keep in mind that Crown Heights has become a diverse neighborhood and go-to-destination for food, fun and exciting activities.

Here, you'll find a vibrant blend of Caribbean families. Crown Heights hosts one of the largest street fairs in New York, the Annual West Indian Day Carnival which occurs every year during the labor day weekend.