Neighborhood

Carroll Gardens Retail Space

A place to chill in Brooklyn

Featuring colorful brownstones and elegant new developments, Carroll Gardens is a well-balanced mix of old and new with qualities that have attracted generations of newcomers for decades, including houses with large front yards, lush and green with plants – hence the “gardens” in the neighborhood’s name. Smith Street is the main retail corridor, and its Carrol Gardens commercial retail space includes a mix of old-school and mom-and-pop shops, as well as numerous national retailers.

Home to some of Brooklyn’s hippest eateries, Carroll Gardens is known for its artisanal small businesses, and the rise of new developments has created room for plenty of daytime retail opportunities to serve a new generation of work-from-home types. Part of this neighborhood’s appeal is its cultural history, which spans most of western Europe – from Irish and Norwegian-Americans who settled here throughout the first half of the 19th century to a mid-century Italian-American influx and a late 1990s wave of French immigrants.

Transportation

  • Carroll St (F, G)
  • Bergen St (F,G)
  • Smith - 9th St (F, G)

Dining

  • Buttermilk Channel
  • Court Street Grocers
  • Frankies Spuntino
  • Giardini Pizza
  • Baby Luc's
  • Black Mountain Wine House
  • Lucali
  • Pasticceria Monteleone BK
  • Clover Club

Shopping

  • Black Gold Records
  • Loot (Comic Books)
  • Painted Swan
  • Yesterday's News
  • Denise Fasanello Flowers
  • The Brooklyn Strategist
  • Idlewild Books

Culture

  • smith street maternelle

Parks

  • Carroll Park

37.3

Average Population Age

96,206

Population within 1 mile radius

$ 165,741

Average HHI within 1 mile radius

5,731

Businesses within 1 mile radius

$ 1.6

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Annual Spending within a 1 mile radius

Carroll Gardens neighborhood video