The main challenge of this house was to infuse character into what was essentially a blank slate. With some serious obstacles to overcome, we installed reed on the ceiling, ripped out the carpet in the basement, and textured the walls to emphasize the space's unique personality. The meeting room tables came from a dismantled bowling alley. The wall in the conference room is made entirely of old windows we found in the Good Olde Things warehouse!
Crown Heights is a historically significant neighborhood, it was one of Brooklyn's wealthiest areas between 1890 and 1910. It's not surprising that the area's restaurants and entertainment options reflect the diversity of its residents and their unique culture. You’ll find a wide range of cuisines, from Dominican to Ethiopian, as well as both plant-based and meat dishes.
They say you discover different cultures through their cuisine. Well, be prepared to try a lot of new ones! Nearby, you have one of Brooklyn's finest, Prospect Park, which was designed by the same people who worked on Central Park in Manhattan. Within easy reach, there are also Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Grand Army Plaza Farmers’ Market. With so much going on in Crown Heights, it's clear that it’s a fun and exciting area to explore and a fantastic place to live!