Columbia Street Waterfront District at a Glance
It may be one of Brooklyn’s smallest neighborhoods, but don’t let that fool you – Columbia Street Waterfront District is full of trendy restaurants and vintage stores catering to everybody and making this tiny neighborhood a hip spot. A few local attractions include Kings Coffee and The Jalopy Theatre and School of Music. The neighborhood sits between the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the waterfront. While the area is not serviced by any subway stations, there is the SB ferry that takes its residents to Wall Street and Governors Island on the weekend.
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Rowhouses, brownstones and converted industrial buildings fill this tight-knit neighborhood. Columbia Street attracts artists and young families and is home to the South Brooklyn Children’s Garden, an urban farming cooperative established to encourage fresher and healthier foods in the community.
The Jalopy Theater/School of Music
A neighborhood staple, offering a great place to hangout and take music lessons.