The Massey Knakal Brooklyn Real Estate Summit will take place at one of Brooklyn’s most prestigious landmark, the Brooklyn Museum. The museum features innovative, cutting-edge exhibitions and programs from today’s most influential artists. On September 16, the Brooklyn Museum will showcase this day long event, highlighting the most exciting new real estate projects in Brooklyn.
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052
2/3 to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum. Transfer to 2/3 from 4/5 (at Nevins Street) and B, D, Q, N, R, and LIRR (at Atlantic Terminal-Barclays Center). See a subway map. Make sure to check with the MTA for any service changes.
The closest bus stops are:
B41 and B69 at Grand Army Plaza
B45 at St. Johns Place and Washington Avenue
Check with the MTA for the most up-to-date bus information.
Brooklyn Bridge; left at Tillary Street; right on Flatbush Avenue for about 1.5 miles to Grand Army Plaza; about 2/3 around Plaza; right on Eastern Parkway. We’re at the first intersection (Eastern Parkway and Washington Avenue). Or: Manhattan Bridge enters directly onto Flatbush Avenue.
From Westchester, the Bronx, Queens, or Connecticut:
Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (Triborough) to Brooklyn Queens Express (BQE); Manhattan Bridge exit to Tillary Street; left onto Flatbush Avenue and proceed according to the directions from Manhattan.
From Staten Island and southern or central New Jersey:
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Gowanus Expressway (Route 278 towards Manhattan); exit to 38th Street; left on Fourth Avenue for about 2 miles; right on Union Street; 5 blocks to Grand Army Plaza; go 1/2 around Plaza; right on Eastern Parkway. We’re at first intersection (Eastern Parkway and Washington Avenue).
From northern or north central New Jersey:
George Washington Bridge/Holland or Lincoln Tunnel to Manhattan; follow directions from Manhattan.
From Long Island:
Grand Central Parkway to Jackie Robinson Parkway; exit at Bushwick Avenue; left at third traffic light to Eastern Parkway; about 3 miles to Washington Avenue. We’re across intersection at left.
On-site parking is available in the lot behind the Museum, off Washington Avenue.
Park your bicycle at the racks behind the Museum, next to the Sculpture Garden. Bikes are parked at your own risk; we don’t accept responsibility for vandalism or theft.