Shop Your City

Brooklyn

Shop 86 Street Bay Ridge for great stores and local flavor in a real Brooklyn neighborhood.

Distinctive boutiques and historic 19th century architecture anchor the center of the Atlantic Avenue district from Court Street to Bond Street and attract people from all across the City.

The 5th Avenue corridor is one of the most trafficked shopping districts and home to more than 300 locally owned businesses.

The Bed-Stuy Gateway BID, located in central Brooklyn, represents a growing, eclectic community of entrepreneurs, nonprofit and arts organizations, families, artists, and advocates who are proud to call Bedford-Stuyvesant home.

Known as “Little Russia” for its large ethnic Russian population, a casual stroll in the area reveals, restaurants, shops and businesses with a unique flavor that meld “old country” charm with up-to-date American business savvy and commerce.

Downtown Brooklyn – a hub for innovation, culture + creativity – is a shopping destination with a broad diversity of retail and dining choices to match all tastes.

Whether you’re looking for an insta-worthy latte or the best beers in town, creative sushi or eight different pizza options, Dumbo’s bars and restaurants have you covered.

From hand crafted goods to vintage and design, from bicycles to watches, bathing suits to Bermuda shorts, you can buy it in Dumbo.

 

Offering something for everyone, Flatbush Avenue’s shops cater to all ages and many offer brand names at discounted prices.

Flatbush is one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in Brooklyn; although a large percentage of its residents are of Caribbean descent, many other heritages and ethnicities are represented in the area, including African-American, Jewish, Middle Eastern, and Chinese Americans.

The three-way intersection known as “the Junction” has been transformed into a large mall with various conveniences and retail options.

FAB FULTON represents the small businesses and property owners along Fulton Street in Brooklyn’s neighborhoods of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.

Come visit for great art and culture, amazing food, historic architecture, beautiful tree-lined streets, and a welcoming community!

One of Brooklyn’s premier shopping districts, the Kings Highway BID serves 225 businesses on 25 blocks between Ocean Avenue and Ocean Parkway, including part of Quentin Road, from Coney Island Avenue to East 13th Street.

The Graham Avenue Business Improvement District (BID), which serves the commercial shopping district along Graham Avenue (the Avenue of Puerto Rico) from Broadway to Boerum St., including the side streets of Moore St., Cook St., Debevoise St., and Flushing Avenue, is the largest, uniquely affordable, and growing shopping area in Williamsburg.

Home to family and destination restaurants, neighborhood bars, clothing boutiques, and service businesses for just about everything, Grand Street has something for everyone along our commercial corridor in Williamsburg.

Home to more than 350 businesses and 50,000 residents, Coney Island is a collection of independent businesses and attractions, from high-end restaurants, souvenir shops, and amusement rides to smaller mom and pop delis, hair salons, barbershops, and pharmacies, as well as schools and nonprofits, who are dedicated to serving our diverse community and visitors.

Montague Street is an established neighborhood in the heart of Brooklyn Heights with a strong sense of community.

Tree-lined sidewalks, cobblestone side streets, and a thriving mix of shops, businesses and amenities make it clear why America’s first suburb, Brooklyn Heights, is one of the most sought after places to live, work, and play in New York City.

Myrtle Avenue’s business district is robust, with more than 170 existing businesses.

Visit our local “Main Street” where legacy businesses live side-by-side with up-and-comers.

North Flatbush is home to almost 150 businesses that run from unique boutiques, fine dining, and world-class entertainment to neighborhood services and medical facilities.

This corridor along Flatbush Avenue from Atlantic Avenue towards Prospect Park connects residential communities like Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Pacific Park, and bustling Downtown to the peaceful Prospect Park and beyond.

Pitkin Avenue businesses are a mix of small independent retailers and mid-sized regional chains.

Plan your day on Pitkin Avenue and don’t forget your Pitkin Advantage card to get unique deals and discounts at participating retailers!

Park Slope is home to a thriving locally-owned business community; many of the business owners live in the neighborhood and enrich it with their community involvement.

Nestled amongst Brooklyn’s historical brownstone streets filled with trees, you’ll find unique shopping, delicious restaurants, art, and a buzzing nightlife along a 30-block stretch.

The Sunset Park BID’s shopping corridor consists of 384 properties between 38th and 64th streets on Brooklyn’s 5th Avenue.

From our Partners at NYC & Company

There’s plenty to discover in the City’s most populous borough.

Between its world-class nightlife and boundary-pushing cuisine, Brooklyn has earned an enviable reputation, but make no mistake — there’s fun to be had for all ages.

Coney Island, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Museum beckon, as do some of the best New York–style pizzas anywhere. And everyone loves the views along the scenic Brooklyn Heights Promenade.