Located on Myrtle Avenue just west of Fort Greene Park, Fort Greene Snap is an organization that aims "to provide to…More low and moderate income residents, in and near Fort Greene, access to gainful employment, further education, and quality health care by offering programs in technology, entrepreneurship and life skills." Come here for a classes in a wide range of subjects, from basic computer literacy and web design to entrepreneurship and fiction writing. Visit Fort Greene Snap's official website for more detailed information.
Fort Greene Park 123 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the revered architects of Central Park and Prospect Park, Fort…More Greene Park serves as the neighborhood's green heart. The park's most prominent feature is the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument, a 149-foot tower that stands atop the remains of some of the 11,000 men and women who died on prison ships anchored in the East River and controlled by the Britsh during the Revolutionary War. The monument is at the center of the of the park and offers great views of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline. The park also has tennis and basketball courts.