Crown Heights had begun as a fashionable residential neighborhood, a place for secondary homes in which Manhattan's growing bourgeois class could reside. The area benefited by having its rapid transit in a subway configuration, the IRT Eastern Parkway Line in contrast to many other Brooklyn neighborhoods, which had elevated lines. Crown Heights is also beloved for its cultural spaces, including the Brooklyn Children's Museum. Originally the named was known as Crow Hill, in reference to its hillside location and the crows that roosted at the area's highest peak.
Crown Heights is roughly bordered by Washington, Atlantic and Ralph Avenues and Empire Boulevard. With four historic districts, it is notable for its streets lined with rowhouses. Structures tend to be two or three stories, though there are four-story homes.
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