Commodore Barry Park Navy St & Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 Founded as City Park in 1836, Commodore Barry Park was renamed in 1951 for one of the founders of the nearby Brooklyn…More Navy Yard. The park features a football field, baseball fields, a swimming pool, basketball courts, handball courts and playgrounds. The park is one of the few green spaces near the border of Fort Greene and Vinegar Hill. The City Parks Department pledged in 2009 to a $40-million renovation of the entire park, including the additon of an ampitheater.
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.
Park Price Out-Rite Corp. 149 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 If you are looking for a well-stocked liquor store that also sells lotto games, then Park Price is a great choice. It…More stocks and sells rums, vodkas and wines in various sizes. The store does not sell beer, and street parking is available.
Armory Parking 172 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Armory Parking, located in a new building just off Myrtle Avenue, offers both short-term and long-term indoor parking…More services. Do you have a lot to do in the area? Park here all day, from 6am to 6pm for $7. Do you need a place to keep your car for longer periods of time? Monthly spaces are currently available for $201. Be sure to ask about bicycle parking as well.
Discount Parking 180 Ashland Pl, Brooklyn, NY11217 Just down the road from the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Fort Greene Park and Long Island University, Discount Parking…More operates out of a large garage on Ashland Place. Come here for hourly, daily and monthly indoor parking. Features include 24-hour access, video surveillance and close proximity to a number of downtown Brooklyn businesses and attractions. Call or drop by for more information on pricing and space availability.
Park Avenue Funeral Home 121 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Park Avenue Funeral Home is located right where the name says it is, on Park Avenue between Cumberland and North Oxford…More Streets, just north of the BQE. Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, they provide cremation, internment and national and international transport of remains. Direct payments from insurance companies and the Human Resources Administration are accepted. Call for more detailed information.
220 Park Ave Auto Repair 220 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 This shop does engine and body repairs for cars, fixing everything from brakes to wheels to fuel injectors. It also does…More oil changes. Working on old cars as well as new, 220 Park Ave. Car Repair also services antique vehicles.
Park Avenue Luncheonette 131 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Park Avenue Luncheonette is a small roadside diner serving food from both sides of the Atlantic. If you are craving…More Spanish or American food, the luncheonette offers an array of traditional and classic diner selections for the Fort Greene early bird.
University Towers 191 Willoughby St, Brooklyn, NY11201 This large apartment complex is located on Willoughby Avenue west of Fort Greene Park. Residents have access to laundry…More and barbecue facilities, a community room, playground and fitness center. In addition, there are 314 assigned parking spaces in a fenced-in and guarded parking lot. Visit University Towers' official website for more information on availability.
Underwood Park Washington Ave & Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 This small park was named after John Thomas Underwood, a typewriter manufacturer who owned a mansion on the site at the…More turn of the 20th century. Now, the park is a vital recreation area for families living in the Clinton Hill historic district. It features several playgrounds.