Glenwood Brooklyn

GLENWOOD-BROOKLYN HAS WALKABILITY TO RESTAURANTS, BARS, & SHOPS
Largely characterized by the Queen Anne architectural style, the Glenwood-Brooklyn neighborhood was developed in the early 20th century along the streetcar-lined Glenwood Avenue.

Other prominent architectural styles include Colonial Revival and Craftsman. What was once considered a suburb of Raleigh during the time of its development, the Glenwood-Brooklyn district is now a historic neighborhood adjacent to many of downtown’s growing attractions and amenities.

Just north of the Glenwood South entertainment district, Glenwood-Brooklyn offers walkability to numerous restaurants, bars, and shops, and offers a more quiet alternative to living in Glenwood South proper. On Saturday afternoons, you’ll find residents of this neighborhood enjoying Fred Fletcher Park or shopping at nearby Cameron Village.

Where:
Northwest Downtown

Attractions:
Peace Street Market, Fred Fletcher Park, and Blue Flame Tattoo

Monarch’s Picks:
Peace Street Market, and King’s Automotive

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