Neighborhood Guide

Gowanus


Boundaries: Fourth Avenue to Hoyt Street/Smith Street; Prospect Avenue/the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to Butler/Baltic Street.

 

Where Would You Live? Labeled by some industry experts as the “Williamsburg of ten years ago” Gowanus still has a limited amount of residential property and much of Gowanus is zoned for light manufacturing. Current residential properties consist of single-,two-,and three-family brick and vinyl siding residences. Proposed rezoning of the area has attracted interest of developers who are looking to build large residential buildings.


Neighborhood Features: outdoor strolls and bike rides over the Gowanus canal via the Carroll Street Bridge; dining at Littleneck; nightlife and bars such as Lowlands, Draft Barn and Halyards; events like trivia at Fourth Avenue Pub or Pacific Standard, Proteus Gowanus, The Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club or Cut Brooklyn, and with groups such as the Fixers Collective.


Subways: F,G to Fourth Ave.-9th St. | R to 9th St.-Fourth Ave. | F,G to Smith-9th St. | F,G to Carroll St. | R to Union St.


Gowanus Listings

Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $625.0K 1 $1,035 60
1 BR $475.0K 4 $1,095 57
2 BR $939.0K 7 $1,193 77
3 BR $1.33M 2 $1,075 47

$1,198

Avg. Price/SqFt.

Prices Trend (2007-2019)

Gowanus Buildings