331 Melrose Street, #ground
Artists and creative types who were priced out of Williamsburg in the early 2000’s found their way to this ever-evolving neighborhood where they live alongside families who’ve been here for generations.
With the influx of creatives to the neighborhood came over 50 galleries, hundreds of artist studios, dive bars, a farmer’s market, trendy restaurants, yoga studios, secret warehouse raves, and clubs that draw people from both Brooklyn and Manhattan. It can easily be argued that Bushwick is the nexus of Brooklyn’s music scene. Bushwick also has some of the most amazing street art in the entire city – and much of it is curated by The Bushwick Collective. The diverse housing stock includes converted ... read more