Shop ‘til you drop and eat like a king as you find your way through the trendy tree-lined streets of Boerum Hill. Bounded by Schermerhorn Street to the north and Fourth Avenue to the east, this unique section of Brooklyn is known for its urban excitement together with its suburban vibe.
Sporting big city activity with small town ambience, the neighborhood is filled with artisanal boutiques, first-rate eateries, outdoor space and rows of brownstones. Most of the housing consists of three-story row houses built between 1840 and 1870 with high ceilings and exposed brick.
Boerum Hill has a suburban feel, and biking is popular in the neighborhood and nearby Prospect Park. The abundant cultural offerings include The Invisible Dog Art Center, Roulette, Issue Project Room, and BAM, the thriving Smith Street restaurant row and Atlantic Avenue Design district.