Carroll Gardens is the neighborhood south of Cobble Hill, east of Gowanus, and north of Red Hook. Carroll Gardens is famous for its “front gardens” in the oldest part of the neighborhood, around 3rd Place, where the brownstone is set back 30-40 feet to allow for a nice front garden area. Many great restaurants and bars have appeared along Smith and Court streets, making Carroll Gardens a very popular destination. Because of the strong French influence, Bastille Day is celebrated every year in July 14th.
Carroll Gardens residents are a mix of old and young. Many apartments are located in brownstones, though new construction is popping up every month. Many brownstones are still owned by families, though many young professionals are moving into the area.
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