Brooklyn

A thriving community

550 Vanderbilt is part of the Brooklyn everyone loves. Brownstones and stoops on shady, tree-lined streets. An ever-expanding array of shops, restaurants, and services within walking distance. All of the rich cultural offerings of New York City’s most dynamic borough at your doorstep, from world-class museums, theaters and parks to the thriving community of artists and artisans that sparked Brooklyn’s creative renaissance.

The neighborhood

Nestled at the nexus

Centrally located between Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, and Park Slope—and minutes away from Brooklyn’s downtown and waterfront as well as subways, trains, buses, and ferries—550 Vanderbilt keeps you connected to your destination, in New York and beyond.


Restaurants

Franny’s
Vanderbilt
Prospect
Tom’s Restaurant
Convivium Osteria
Chuko
James

Bars & cafes

Berg’n
Hungry Ghost
Habana Outpost
Milk Bar
Die Stammkneipe

Leisure & recreation

Prospect Park
Fort Greene Park
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Barclays Center

Culture

Brooklyn Museum
BAM
Mark Morris Dance Center
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Brooklyn Public Library

Conveniences

French Garment Cleaners
Olivino Wine
Brooklyn Fare
Brooklyn Larder
Greene Grape Provisions
Brooklyn Hardware Supply Co
Fine Care Pharmacy

Pacific Park

Nature only steps away

Weaving throughout Pacific Park is Brooklyn’s newest public open space, eight acres designed by renowned landscape architect Thomas Balsley. This urban oasis is an integral part of 550 Vanderbilt, an open invitation to enjoy its replenishing natural landscape only steps from your door.

Pacific Park Brooklyn is the vibrant nexus of the surrounding neighborhoods. With a variety of dining and shopping options and a brand new public school, the neighborhood brings every convenience to 550 Vanderbilt.


Lush grounds

Thomas Balsley Associates are creating the varied and vibrant green spaces at Pacific Park.

New York

The place to be

As distinctive as it is diverse, New York is the epicenter of arts, culture, and commerce. The city is home to world-class universities, museums, and performance venues, and its landmarks—such as Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and the Empire State Building—are known around the world. Vibrant, energetic, and constantly innovating, New York City offers a truly unique, captivating, and rich lifestyle.