Neighborhood

Park life, community life,
city life. They all converge here.

Greenwood Heights is a charming small-scale neighborhood between Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery, offering local boutiques, family-friendly spots and late-night dens — as well as the rapidly burgeoning food, art and shopping scene in nearby Industry City.
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Good Day Play Cafe
591 5th Ave
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Nitehawk Cinema
188 Prospect Park W
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Gasworks
673 5th Ave
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Industry City
274 36th St
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Harbor Fitness
191 15th St
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lot 2
687 6th Ave
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One Girl Cookies

The Landing

Taza Mkt

Night owl or early bird, athlete or gastronome, film-buff or aspiring artisan, it is all here waiting for you.

Play cafe

Botanical Gardens

Soccer roof

Melody Lanes

The Pavillion

One day, Three households

“OK gang, we need to leave soon for our weekend upstate. What’s left to do?”

“Let’s swing by Union Market and pick up some snacks and supplies.”

“Can we pleeeeease get the apple caramel pie Mom?”

“We’re off!”

“Hey Rose, look, your neighbor Linus is here to play!”

“Hey Jess! I’m just about ready to head to our ceramics class”

“Want to explain your curious creation??”

“Maybe next week we should just take the kids to industry city!”

“Dev said the kids are taking a nap, Let’s go grab a drink at Greenwood Park.”

Cheers!

“I hope we made enough food, especially since me and my running club cohorts looooove to eat!”

“Look at that sunset. You can see the whole city from here. What a great first home!”

“What a perfect summer
night for music in Prospect Park”

“Someone enjoyed himself at the park today!”

Neighborhood Map

Restaurants
Bars/Nightlife
Leisure & Wellness
Coffee, Tea & Bakeries
Shopping
Arts & Culture
Kids
Groceries
Transportation