Brooklyn Bridge Park Atlantic Avenue and Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY11201 Once a derelict and inaccessible vestige of NYC's industrial past, Brooklyn Bridge Park is transforming an 85-acre…More post-industrial waterfront site into a diverse and active civic space. Stretching 1.3 miles along Brooklyn’s East River edge this waterfront park features rolling hills, river front promenades, innovative play areas, active recreational amenities, stunning views and a bustling greenway. Since its opening in 2010, Brooklyn Bridge Park has received numerous awards for its design, public spaces and amenities.
Spanish Speaking Elderly Council 460 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Times Plaza, the main branch of the Spanish Speaking Elderly Council Raices, is on a busy stretch of Atlantic Avenue.…More The council serves to improve the lives of low-income, Hispanic and black members of the community. Each day at the center, breakfast and lunch are served and games and activities are held. Assistance is provided to the seniors in obtaining city services.
Eileen Dugan Senior Center 380 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 The Eileen Dugan Senior Center provides a variety of services to make senior citizens' lives easier and more…More comfortable. Services offered include nutritional education, recreational activities, group lunches and case assistance.
Majestic Trophies 288 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Housed within The Chess Exchange, Majestic Trophies is the city's biggest chess trophy supplier. Additionally,…More Majestic carries a wide variety of medals and plaques, and can create awards for any and all sports activities.
Area Kids 196 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Area Kids is part of a small chain owned by the Area Emporium lifestyle brand. It carries educational toys,…More screen-printed tees for little ones (up to size 12) and other clothes and accessories for active children and toddlers. Notably, the store is bagless in its efforts to protect the environment.
Joe's Superette 349 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Joe's Superette is long-standing Italian specialty deli. The shop owner recommends trying the best-selling Prosciutto…More Rice Balls, for sale at the back of the store. A limited variety of grocery essentials are available, but not actively stocked. The prepared foods and made-to-order Italian sandwiches are what makes this deli a neighborhood staple.
R.P.T. Physical Therapy 335 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 R.P.T. Physical Therapy is the practice of Brian Raimondi, who is committee to helping patients live active, pain-free…More lifestyles. The center's entire staff focuses on restoring physical function following accidents, injuries and illnesses.
Cobble Hill Health Center 528 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 The Cobble Hill Health Center has been serving the elderly for more than 30 years. The center is both a long- and…More short-term residence facility, offering rehabilitation programs and state-of-the-art Alzheimer's care. Cobble Hill aims to provide care that enables the elderly to be active members of the community.