38 CUMBERLAND ST in Fort Greene

Fort Greene

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The Fort Green area is sometimes referred to as Little Europe due to the many Europeans who have made this beautiful neighborhood their home.

Fort Greene’s current population is around 15,900. The neighborhood is valued as being both diverse and prestigious. The architecture consists predominantly of brownstones.

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Building Mix

  • 20% Luxury Highrise
  • 19% Brownstone
  • 13% Pre War
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 38 Cumberland St

The population is diverse, it's close to Manhattan, it's got a stellar park, tons of restaurants, a farmer's market, a flea market, beautiful tree-and brownstone-lined streets, historic buildings, subway and LIRR access, and a world-class performing arts center. Anthony Cruz (May 2014)
Experience the Fort Greene's weekend Farmer's Market at Fort Greene Park for organic and locally grown goods or similar everyday goodness from Fresh Fanatic the fresh, organic local food market and cafe within blocks distance. Zee Grant (Dec 2012)
Pacific Street (2 3 4 5 B D N Q R trains Lafayette Avenue (A C trains and Fulton Street (G train The LIRR's Atlantic Terminal station is also here, and the neighborhood is served by the NYPD's 88th Precinct. Allan Obando (Sep 2012)
Located in North Fort Greene, 2 blocks from Fort Greene Park and close to Dekalb Ave shopping, restaurants, bars like Humo Smokehouse, Putnams, Lola, Walters and more. Brian Blessinger (Aug 2014)
It has hardwood floors, exposed brick, a fireplace, a modern kitchen and bathroom, laundry in the building, lots of natural light and includes heat and hot water. Kim Hill (Aug 2013)
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. Marvin Worrell (Oct 2013)
Pre-war building, Brick, Quiet building, Laundry in building, Easy street parking, Quiet neighborhood, Shopping nearby, Restaurants nearby. Joseph Tighe (Jun 2013)
Very nice size on the first floor, parquet floors, high ceilings, laundry in the basement, Heat/hot water included. Fay Curtis (Jun 2013)
Exposed Brick Walls, Laundry and 24 hour super, Near transportation, retail shops, restaurants, schools and more. Shayla Austin (Feb 2014)
I am positive that I can find you a space that meets your needs in a neighborhood which caters to your desires. Debra Tomic (Sep 2014)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 16
Floor area: 7800
Year built: 1905

Building Median Rents

Studio: $1,300

Nearby Schools

Dr. Susan S. Mckinney Secondary School Of The Arts
Secondary School
101 PARK AVENUE
P.S. 067 Charles A. Dorsey
Elementary
51 SAINT EDWARDS STREET
Fort Greene Preparatory Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
P.S. 046 Edward C. Blum
Elementary
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
Khalil Gibran International Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
50 NAVY STREET
P.S. 287 Bailey K. Ashford
Elementary
50 NAVY STREET
Benjamin Banneker Academy
High school
71-77 CLINTON AVENUE
Urban Assembly Academy Of Arts And Letters
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
225 ADELPHI STREET
P.S. 020 Clinton Hill
Elementary
225 ADELPHI STREET
Satellite West Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
209 YORK STREET
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