171 WASHINGTON PARK 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 171 Washington Park

From romantic strolls, to a shopping frenzy at the local Atlantic Center mall, to a movie or ballet at BAM, or a Brooklyn Nets game at the new Barclay Center stadium, you'll fall in love with this neighborhood. Meet historic Fort Greene Park right outside your door step, countless restaurants, cafes, shopping, farmers market, subway's, Citi-Bike all just within a flash of this lovely residence. It has its own famous Fort Greene Park, all the cafes, shops and trains. Robert Williams (Jun 2014)
Perfectly situated with Fort Greene Park right across the street and Myrtle and Dekalb Avenues steps away, with abundant restaurants, bars, and shopping. Enjoy area restaurants like Madiba, Smooch, Humo Smokehouse, Walters and more, as well as the weekly Farmer's Market, only 2 blocks away every Saturday. Brian Blessinger (Jul 2013)
Finished Wood Floors Bar Counter in Kitchen Good Light and Floor to Ceiling Windows Exposed Brick Wall A Great Block Close to the trains Small Building. Andrew Marshall (Mar 2013)
Walk right outside the building and you're facing Fort Greene Park, where you can enjoy many beautiful summer days to come. Yaffa Solin (Jun 2014)
You are literally five minutes from Manhattan, with access to the B/Q/R/A/C/G/2/3/4/5 Trains. Kimberley Bechtold (Feb 2013)
Quick walk to every major train station that connects to Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn. Lots of exposed brick, hardwood floors, recessed lighting and outdoor space. "Brooklyn Rentals" Smith (Aug 2013)
Spacious living room with exposed brick and wood flooring through out. Derrick Taylor (Sep 2014)
Exposed brick, decorative fireplace, new kitchen and bath renovations. David Troutman (Feb 2013)
First Month, Security, Broker Fee and $50 Credit Check is Required. Rose Sambrato (Feb 2013)
Train lines close are the 2,3,4,5 at Nevins and the G at Lafayette. Dani Leahy (Feb 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • G Fulton St (0.38 mi)
  • C A Lafayette Av (0.42 mi)
  • G Clinton - Washington Avs (0.53 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Nevins St (0.57 mi)
  • B Q Atlantic Av (0.59 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 10
Floor area: 6050
Year built: 1905

Building Median Rents

1br: $2,713

Nearby Schools

Urban Assembly Academy Of Arts And Letters
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
225 ADELPHI STREET
P.S. 020 Clinton Hill
Elementary
225 ADELPHI STREET
P.S. 046 Edward C. Blum
Elementary
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
Fort Greene Preparatory Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
M.S. 113 Ronald Edmonds Learning Center
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
300 ADELPHI STREET
Brooklyn Technical High School
High school
29 FT GREENE PLACE
Benjamin Banneker Academy
High school
71-77 CLINTON AVENUE
P.S. 067 Charles A. Dorsey
Elementary
51 SAINT EDWARDS STREET
Dr. Susan S. Mckinney Secondary School Of The Arts
Secondary School
101 PARK AVENUE
Metropolitan Corporate Academy High School
High school
362 SCHERMERHORN STREET
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