Embodying that Brooklyn Buzz

Adored by young professionals for its devotion to creativity and connectivity to Manhattan, Williamsburg bridges old & new, while remaining unapologetically timeliness. Late 20th Century Bohemian roots run deep on these tree-lined streets – setting an innovative tone that nurtures a diverse music scene, while fostering a landscape of funky performance venues, quirky boutiques, and a passport to a culinary journey around the world.

With artisanal eats, grocers, and a Williamsburg Boutique scene that has it all – one can find everything from vintage to vinyl to veggies on foot with ease.

Just a short stroll north lands you in the family-friendly sports & recreational attraction McCarren Park, which serves as the neighborhood refuge from the urban rush.

108 Jackson Lies just within minutes from direct access to Manhattan via the L Train, and near to the G Train for cross-town travel, with a CITI bike terminal less than a minute from the front door.

THE GROUNDS ARE A POPULAR DESTINATION FOR RUNNERS, AS WELL AS BEING HOME TO A QUIET HIDDEN GARDEN, FOR THOSE IN THE KNOW. THE GREENSPACE HOSTS THE ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL, AND IS ITSELF SURROUNDED BY A SPECTACULAR ARRAY OF GASTRONOMIC GEMS.

FOR THE WATERFRONT EXPERIENCE, VENTURE WEST AND ENJOY A DAY IN ONE OF THE MANY GREENSPACES AND PARKS THAT LINE THE EAST RIVER – WITH VIEWS OF THE IMPRESSIVE MANHATTAN SKYLINE A MERE BONUS.

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