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From its beginning as home to the Lenape, then rural farmland and, by 1850s, as a burgeoning suburban outpost, the history of Crown Heights is written by its people.

Neighborhood

 

762 Park Place is a modern complement to historic Crown Heights. In the diverse, established surrounding community, venerable Brooklyn institutions stand alongside bustling shop fronts on Franklin and Nostrand Avenues. Served by abundant and convenient transportation options, the neighborhood is one that respects the past and welcomes the future.

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Eclectic restaurants and lively nightlife line the surrounding streets.

Situated just steps from Prospect Park, local anchors include the Brooklyn Museum, adjacent to the Botanic Gardens, as well as the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Throughout Crown Heights, you'll find a neighborhood that embraces community with people-focused amenities, including several community-supported agriculture (CSA) organizations, children’s arts programs, newly founded co-working spaces, art galleries and community gardens.

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Set steps from the Crown Heights Historic District, beautifully preserved, tree-lined blocks surround 762 Park Place.
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Brooklyn Museum
happylucky no.1
Brooklyn Art Hive
Brooklyn Born Mini Market
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Barboncino Pizza
Repair the world
Silver Rice
LaunchPad
Connecticut Muffin
Colina Cuervo
King Tai
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Aita Trattoria
Pinetree Organic
Crown Heights Farm Share Pick up
Grid Space
The Crown Inn
Chavela's
Walt L. Shamel Community Garden
Two Saints
Urban Asanas
Lazy Ibis
Franklin Electric, Coworking Magic in Crown Heights
Mayfield
Chase Bank
Cafe Rue Dix
Marche Rue Dix
762 Park Place
Catfish
Union Market (coming soon)
Tinto
Breukelen Brasserie
Berg'n
Gueros Brooklyn
Met Food
Manhattanville Coffee
Local Roots CSA Pick up
Bicycle Roots
Brooklyn French
Glady's
Trinidad Golden Place
Chisai Sushi Bar
Gloria's
Hullabaloo Books
Smorgasberg Flea Food Market
Mama Dee's Community Garden
Brooklyn Yoga Collective
Cafe Zelda