New York City Housing Authority, Gowanus Houses 211 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Gowanus Houses is a 14-building public housing project that sits alongside the Gowanus Canal, just two blocks…More from the main drag of Smith Street. The complex, which houses an estimated 2,836 residents, features buildings of all different sizes and heights, as well as common areas and playgrounds. There is also a community center on site that serves meals to elderly members of the community.
Open House Nursery School 318 Warren St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Open House Nursery School has been serving families in Brooklyn since 1973. Open House believes in teaching children to…More be sensitive, curious and flexible. Students are accepted through a lottery process.
Two Trees Management 125 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 This office of Two Trees Management is located in the lobby of Court House Apartments, in a room past the front desk. In…More addition to Court House, it handles leasing for buildings at 200 Atlantic Avenue, 164 Atlantic Avenue, 110 Livingston Street and 138 Court Street. Management of the Court House Apartments is run out of the same office, Monday through Friday.
Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-Raices 420 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY11217 The Boerum Hill branch of the Spanish Speaking Elderly Council- Raices is housed in the community center of the Gowanus…More Houses in the New York City Housing Authority on Hoyt Street. The center is very welcoming and decorated in accordance with the holidays. The council serves to improve the lives of low-income, hispanic and black members of the community.
The House of The Lord Pentecostal Church 415 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 The House of The Lord Pentecostal Church was founded in 1942 by Bishop Alonzo Austin Daughtry, who came Augusta to form…More churches in the north. The grand structure sits on Atlantic Avenue and is in stark contrast with the shops and row houses. The church has a large congregation.
House Of Pizza 132 Union St, Brooklyn, NY11231 On Union Street just west of the BQE, House of Pizza specializes in classic New York pizza. In addition to offering a…More variety of pies, the restaurant also does sandwiches, panini, pasta dishes and garlic knots. Enjoy your meal in a spacious dining area, or have food delivered to your door. Orders can be placed by phone or online.
The Bell House 149 7th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Tucked off 3rd Avenue in Gowanus, The Bell House occupies a converted 1920s warehouse. It is an expansive venue with two…More large main rooms, the lounge and the show room, each with its own bar. Stop in for drinks, dancing, concerts, private parties and more. Check the website for more information, including a calendar of events.
Halle Housing 510 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Halle Housing, also known as the Muhlenberg, is an SRO building. SRO stands for "single room occupancy." The tenants…More have individual rooms they reside in and share common facilities such as the kitchen area and restrooms. Support and administrative staff are there during business hours and round-the-clock security is provided.
Smith Pet Food 118 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Smith Pet Food is a small, well organized pet shop that carries a variety of food, toys, bedding and housing for house…More pets of all sizes and species. Most of the products offered are for dogs and cats, with a large selection of medicine and shampoo.
House of Orthodontia 122 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 House of Orthodontia is an orthodontic office that offers traditional and Invisalign braces for children and adults. Dr.…More Mani Alikhani practices from the office and is an assistant professor of orthodontics at NYU College of Dentistry. Free consultations are available upon request. Services are provided in English and Spanish.
New York City Housing Authority, Wyckoff Gardens 185 Nevins St, Brooklyn, NY11217 Wyckoff Gardens is one of many New York City Housing Authority Developments in Brooklyn. Wyckoff Gardens consists of…More three 21-story high rise apartment buildings, parking lots and a garden. The number of residents is approximately 1,173 and the development was completed in 1966.
Fifth Avenue Committee 294 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11231 The Fifth Avenue Committee is a community organization that aims to help residents in the community obtain affordable…More housing and other services. The committee has developed more than 600 units of affordable housing since it was founded in 1970. The main office is located at 621 Degraw Street in Park Slope.