The sort of neighborhood to show outdoor movies and host nearly famous flea markets, Fort Greene makes the most of its tree-lined public spaces. Upscale speakeasies and independent bodegas add to this conspicuously hip Brooklyn neighborhood’s overt charm. Although Fort Greene is replete with places to eat, drink, and relax, its convenient subway accessibility affords easy exploration of other NYC neighborhoods.See 301 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Fort Greene: Conspicuous Charisma and Dashing Good Looks in Brooklyn
We fell completely in love with this little piece of Brooklyn. My favorite parts of the day were the peaceful half mile walks to and from the subway - the charming brownstones tucked inside beautiful tree-lined streets and walking past Fort Greene Park were just a couple of the highlights along the way."
Visited in 2012
A Place to Get Away From It All in Fort Greene
Safe neighborhood with families, young professionals, artists, retirees and many who have lived in the neighborhood for a long time. This is charming Brooklyn living at its best."
A Wholesome Marketplace for a Healthy Community
Take a stroll to the flea market or farmer's market. Lounge in the park and listen to the sounds of music, children laughing or the dogs barking."
Hosts Lavender Dream Suite
Quintessential Brooklyn Brownstones in Fort Greene
The location is fantastic - I could walk/run to Manhattan and Brooklyn bridge easily, which certainly helps in soaking up the NYC atmosphere. [...] There are super-cool cafes and restaurants within a few blocks - and I should add, all recommended by my host (thanks!). I spent quite some time walking around the streets in the environs of the apartment - both day and night - and felt perfectly safe at all times."
Visited in 2012
Nice Rides In a Hip Niche
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Born and raised in France, Julia Robbs now calls Brooklyn, NY home. She attended college in Chicago, then moved to Atlanta to study photography before recently settling in what she thinks is the world's best city, New York. She loves capturing quiet details and small moments through her photography, and enjoyed discovering the little nuances that make up each unique neighborhood in NYC while shooting for Airbnb.