Crown Heights, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Crown Heights, Brooklyn is home to a free mixture of two different communities, Orthodox Jewish and Caribbean-American. This, however, does not end the bubbling diversity budding within. Moving away from a history of violence and racial conflict, the town is experiencing an urban renewal and gentrification that gives it a grand feel of advancement. Tree-lined streets and brownstones along the Eastern Parkway give this neighborhood an unmatched charisma. Along Franklin and Nostrand Avenues are modern day cafes, breweries, non-profits, bodegas and thrift shops. Withered housing projects have been replaced with condominiums, adding to the real estate value that continuous on an upward trend. Crown Heights is drawing a crowd of affluent professionals to add along to hipsters are embedding their funky and cool vibes to the scene. With connections to the rest of New York through the 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains, Crown Heights is sure to see continued progress in the future. A great location for a night on the town is Two Saints venue at Nostrand Avenue which offers an incredible menu, an unbeatable happy hour selection, and plenty of seating to bring some friends. Crown Heights wouldn’t be what it is without Berg’n at Bergen Street which is a large, but charming food court/beer garden with a large array of vendors offering asian food to uniquely innovative burgers and free wifi. It’s home to a multitude of public schools including the School for Human Rights and the School for Democracy and Leadership. Medgar Evers College is an institute for higher education as well as gender classified school run by the Jewish community.
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