Retire in Brooklyn?
If it’s culture and life you are looking for it’s all right here in this ideal urban environment!
Live performances and film await you at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The Brooklyn Museum, New York City’s second largest public art museum, hosts exhibitions while offering history and art programs.
Stop and smell the roses. If there is a gardener inside of you, you’ll want to stroll through the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and experience the beauty and fragrance.
Brooklyn is home to famous actors, writers, and musicians. Each Brooklyn neighborhood is its own adventurous field trip. From Wiliamsburg to Borough Park to Flatbush you’ll find music and art events galore. Midwood offers golf, Prospect Park and its Zoo, and Brooklyn’s only lake. The new Barclay’s Center is home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets as well as a plethora of special events.
Hungry? Brooklyn is famous for its eateries. Dreamy Junior’s is famous for its cheesecake. Peter Lugar’s has been known for years as one of the nation’s best steakhouses. The River Café offers romantic views of the Manhattan skyline…and don’t forget the Brooklyn Bridge. Built in 1883, it’s become an iconic Brooklyn landmark and is one of the oldest bridges of its kind.
Pull up a chair and join us at Ateret Avot. Take a tour, have some tea. You’ll find our hospitality is graced with style. Best of all, when you make Ateret Avot your home your family and friends will be nearby and you’ll still be within a few blocks of everyone.
Retire in Brooklyn? Why not? It has a lot to offer. After all, it’s the fourth largest city in America.