About the Neighborhood

Known around the world as a hipster hotbed, Williamsburg is more mature than you might expect. Sure, there’s a swath of people who exclusively don beanies, manicured mustaches and oversized glasses they don’t need. But the neighborhood has also given rise to some of New York’s best hotels, restaurants, cheese, wine and chocolate—all wedged within a mix of exposed-brick former factories and glass-and-steel new builds. Bedford Avenue might be Williamsburg’s de facto main street (and a catwalk of right-now clothing trends), but further east things get more and more experimental.

The area’s noughties-era hipsters have spawned ironic-onesie-wearing babies.

Mast Brothers makes beautifully packaged artisanal chocolate.

One stop for dinner, drinks and a movie: Nighthawk Cinemas.

Bedford Cheese Shop stocks nutty gruyeres and sweet goat goudas.

Brooklyn Winery is one of only two full-service wineries in all of NYC.

Just try not instagramming the Manhattan skyline views from The Wythe Hotel's rooftop bar.

Catch a gig, burger and bowl in one evening at the Brooklyn Bowl.

The L Train shuttles young'uns between the East Village and Williamsburg.

A hub of action lined with bars, bistros and shops.

The ramen burger draws lines at Smorgasburg, a weekend-only food market.


Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 30 Bayard Street, PHA


    30 Bayard Street, PHA

    3 Beds / 2 Baths


  • 139 Powers Street


    139 Powers Street

    3 Beds / 1.5 Baths


  • 251 S 3rd St, PHA


    251 S 3rd St, PHA

    4 Beds / 2 Baths

    Open House:Sun, Jul 30th, 2:00 - 3:00


  • 130 Jackson Street, 1B


    130 Jackson Street, 1B

    2 Beds / 2.5 Baths