Cobble Hill Park

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Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood dates back to the mid-17th century, when Dutch farmers first settled the land. Fast forward a few centuries to the 1960s, when a neighborhood movement saved the trapezoidal area now known as Cobble Hill Park from becoming a six-story apartment building. The park was dedicated in the 1965 and reconstructed in 1989 in a formal, geometric pattern that synched with the area’s 19th-century architecture. Today it’s a crown jewel of the cozy enclave, drawing locals of all ages, including children, who take full advantage of the park’s small playground.

Clinton St.
(bet. Verandah Place and Congress Street)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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