East Williamsburg at a Glance
A mold of both of its boundaries, Williamsburg and Bushwick, this neighborhood is said to be spearheading a real estate revolution that can be seen throughout much of the borough. Full of industrial spaces and warehouses, East Williamsburg is a hub for artists and creative minds as there are many different art galleries and music venues. A few of the local attractions include Brooklyn Steel, Sunnyvale, the Well, Brooklyn Zoo NY, and Our Wicked Lady. The neighborhood is serviced by the L train and several bus routes.
Residential Market: 2018
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Additional Demographics: 2015
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A major divide of Williamsburg are the views. Those who go to Williamsburg generally visit the waterfront, to see breathtaking, luxurious views of the Manhattan skyline – while in East Williamsburg, still arguably just as breathtaking, you will go to find eclectic artwork, residents, retail, eateries and nightlife.
A performance venue & pub known for its huge patio
Known for their famous pizza and industrial ambiance, this is an East Williamsburg must-try