Today, it’s the most popular part of Brooklyn and one of the most expensive to live. But it’s still a destination of creative people of all stripes. Spend a few hours wandering its galleries, boutiques, and innovative restaurants and cocktail bars and you’ll know exactly why. It’s also one of those neighborhoods that’s a lot more sprawling than you might expect, and without a competent guide, there’s no way you’ll get the full experience.
At the end of the 90s, the incoming generation of young artists discovered big lofts, old factories, and cheap rent here. The affordable rent and proximity to Manhattan gave ambitious but decidedly un-wealthy creative people an opportunity to start a new scene after Manhattan became untenably expensive. It’s changed a lot in the last 30 years, but it’s still a fascinating and rewarding visit.
Begining of the tour is
We gonna visit such places as : Grand street
The last stop of the route will be .
Do not forget to bring a charged mobile phone, camera, bottle of water, a small snack, sunglasses and an umbrella for emergencies.
By Subway :
L train –
G train –
Comfortable shoes for walking. New York streets are not easy to walk.