250 Cumberland Street
Commute to Downtown New York
Daily errands do not require a car.
World-class public transportation.
Flat as a pancake, excellent bike lanes.
250 Cumberland Street has a Walk Score of 96 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
250 Cumberland Street is a four minute walk from the G Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown at the Fulton St stop.
This location is in the Fort Greene neighborhood in New York. Nearby parks include Fort Greene Historic District, Edmonds Playground and Fowler Square.
Nearby schools include Junior High School 113/Old 294 Edmonds Center, PS 20 Clinton Hill School and Urban Assembly Academy of Arts and Letters.
The closest grocery stores are Sammy Gourmet & Deli, Fort Greene Food Market and Fort Greene Park GrowNYC Greenmarket.
Nearby coffee shops include BitterSweet, Smooch and Brooklyn Moon Cafe. There are 282 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Pink Tea Cup, Foodphone and En Restaurant & Bar.
250 Cumberland Street is near Fowler Square, Cuyler Park and BAM Park.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. 250 Cumberland Street is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips. Bike sharing is available from Citi Bike.
Explore how far you can travel by car, bus, bike and foot from 250 Cumberland Street.
250 Cumberland Street is a Rider’s Paradise which means world-class public transportation. Car sharing is available from Zipcar, RelayRides, Hertz On Demand and Enterprise CarShare.
G Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown
C 8 Avenue Local
A 8 Avenue Express
4 Lexington Avenue Express
Q Broadway Express
5 Lexington Avenue Express
2 7 Avenue Express
3 7 Avenue Express
B 6 Avenue Express
B38 Ridgewood - Downtown Brooklyn
B52 Downtown Brooklyn - Ridgewood
B26 Downtown Brooklyn - Ridgewood
B25 Dwntn Bklyn & DUMBO - Broadway Junction
B69 Downtown Brooklyn - Kensington
250 Cumberland Street is in the Fort Greene neighborhood. Fort Greene is the 44th most walkable neighborhood in New York with a neighborhood Walk Score of 96.
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