BROOKLYN Neighborhood Street Map
Brooklyn Red Map makes finding all the interesting places easy.
Concise lists of restaurants, shopping, landmarks, art galleries, theatre and parks save you time and get you on your way.
Neighborhoods on the guide include: Williamsburg, Dumbo, Greenpoint, Bushwick, Downtown Brooklyn, Park Slope, Fort Greene.
A map of Long Island City is included with its popular attractions including MoMA’s PS1 museum.
BROOKLYN MAP HIGHLIGHTS:
- Subway stations and routes are shown on the map.
- Helpful bright colors quickly organize information for you.
- Shopping and dining options are organized by neighborhood.
- Special matte finish makes the map easy to read in any light.
- Map's Dimensions:
- Folded: 4 in. x 9.5 in. or 24 cm x 19 cm
- Open: 24 in. x 9.5 in. or 61 cm x 19 cm
Attractions to See In Brooklyn:
Prospect Park, The Brooklyn Museum, PS1 Contemporary Arts Center, Museum of the Moving Image, Barclays Center, Williamsburg art galleries,
There’s Gowanusfor live music venues, dramatic theatre at BAM, and St. Ann's Warehouse.
Be sure to grab an ice cream and have a pizza at Grimaldi’s near the Brooklyn Bridge, Fulton's Landing and Jane’s Carousel.
Over in Williamsburg is the Smorgasburg food fair, and Brooklyn Flea, along with many of Brooklyn’s best restaurants.
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The Story of Red Maps City Guides
What is a Red Map?Red Maps are travel maps to cities in the United States and Europe. Each Red Map provides a traveler with a comprehensive guide a city’s cultural attractions and places of interest. Red Maps have clear-graphics and easy-to-read, concisely-organized information. Red Maps are known as a very stylish guide to have, and have been recommended in over 100 magazines and newspapers.
What Information is on a Red Map?
Why are Red Maps the Best Map?
The Story of how Red Maps BeganThe story of Red Maps began when I was working at a job in real estate...
One lucky day, while drawing a map to show a client the locations of shops along Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, a colleague passed my desk, saw my drawing, and casually mentioned that I had a talent for cartography. She suggested that I make maps professionally.
Giving it some thought, I proceeded to try just that. Each day after work I would teach myself computer-graphics by reading one chapter from an Adobe Illustrator manual. It took over one year’s time to produce the first Red Maps for sale in May of 1998.