Greenwood Heights at a Glance
Squeezed between its neighbor Park Slope to the north and Sunset Park to the south, Greenwood Heights has quietly transformed itself with modern condominium developments and a surge in new local restaurants and bars catering to a diverse demographic. Originally the site of a major Revolutionary War battle, Greenwood Heights wraps around the historical and lush Green-Wood Cemetery. The area's real estate is characterized by a range of row- and single-family houses, interspersed with small condominiums built in the past 10 years.
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Gowanus Expressway, Prospect Expressway
Situated at a higher elevation than its neighbors, Greenwood Heights offers excellent views of Upper New York Bay and the Manhattan skyline. In addition to the close proximity to Green-wood Cemetery and Prospect Park, 4th and 5th Avenues feature a number of bars, eateries, and stores to visit.
This 478-acre cemetery is a lush and sprawling site and also a National Historic Landmark.
Baked in Brooklyn
This massive bakery and storefront distributes delicious baked good to supermarkets all over NYC and is also a popular retailer for summer picnics.