About the Neighborhood

Williamsburg is a true melting pot of gastronomy, music and culture that stands at the forefront of the New York creative community. Wythe Lane is ideally situated a few blocks from Broadway, one of the main arteries of Williamsburg, offering many of the most interesting and critically acclaimed restaurants and bars including Diner, Marlow & Sons, and historic Peter Luger.

Transitioning north from the townhouses, Wythe Avenue encapsulates such delights as the weekly food market Smorgasburg, the Brooklyn waterfront, and the Wythe Hotel. Nightlife abounds with various entertainment and music venues like Brooklyn Bowl, Nitehawk Cinema and The Music Hall of Williamsburg. Access to Manhattan is very convenient via the Williamsburg Bridge, East River Ferry stop, and the L, J, and Z subway lines. The neighborhood is becoming increasingly leisure-oriented, with new parks and recreation offerings along the waterfront. Some of the new stores and amenities include Kidville, NY Kids Club and the excellent ice cream at OddFellows. In addition, the multiplex Williamsburg Cinemas is nearby.

Not only a cultural hub, Williamsburg is now home to multiple major businesses including international media group Vice, and eCommerce giant Amazon. It is also well served by national brands including Whole Foods, J.Crew, and SoulCycle. The popular Urban Market grocery is only a few minutes walk away. The development underway at the Domino Sugar Factory will substantially increase the rich amenities already prevalent in the area. Contemporary architecture, a new school, swimming pool, ice rink and a revamped esplanade along the East River will further enhance this thriving community for years to come.

  • Culture
  • Food
  • Retail
  • Brick Theater
  • Kidville
  • Knitting Factory
  • Music Hall of Williamsburg
  • Nitehawk Cinema
  • NY Kids Club
  • The Brick
  • Williamsburg Cinemas
  • Wythe Hotel