Steadily evolving from its rough roots, the face of Red Hook is changing as artists and youngsters congregate in this industrial and isolated maritime neighborhood. Although Red Hook’s artistic reputation is gaining recognition, its entertainment scene is still finding its sea legs. Other Brooklyn neighborhoods promise livelier activity, but they are best reached by bike or car as Red Hook lacks a direct subway connection.See 38 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Seaside Influence and an Artistic Outlook
...a unique little neighborhood. Loved the local swimming pool and the great cafes and bars close by. Red Hook is just over the water from Manhattan and combines an interesting mix of portside 'industria' with public housing and the artsy middle class."
Visited in 2012
A New York City Neighborhood of Bygone Times
Red Hook is a unique neighborhood- it's near the water with several piers and fantastic views of the bay and the Statue of Liberty, with coffee shops, cafes, bars, etc. It's an incredible corner of the city, check out Van Brunt Street on Yelp!"
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Cameron Blaylock is a photographer and artist living in Brooklyn, NY. In 2010 Cameron received a European Diploma in Fine Arts from Bauhaus-University in Weimar, Germany. Having been a full-time Brooklyn resident for just over one year, the Airbnb Neighborhoods Project helped Cameron further understand and appreciate the massive, multi-layered, singular organism that is New York City.