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Broadway Junction (Brooklyn), United States

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1962 Eastern Parkway Extension
NY 11233

United States
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Broadway Junction is a multi-use neighborhood in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, defined by Broadway to the north, Atlantic Avenue to the south, Rockaway Avenue to the west, and Van Sinderen Avenue to the east.
Broadway Junction was originally known as Jamaica Pass, a name that became famous in 1776 as the route the British Army marched from southern Kings County to attack Brooklyn during the Battle of Long Island.
The name refers to the junction of two Long Island Rail Road lines, the Canarsie, Jamaica, and Fulton Street subway lines at what is now Broadway Junction (New York City Subway). Atlantic Avenue, East New York Avenue, Broadway, Jamaica Avenue, Fulton Street and Interboro Parkway pass through the junction or terminate there. Nearby is the Cemetery of the Evergreens, and Highland Park.


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Broadway Junction (Brooklyn)

Address: 1962 Eastern Parkway Extension, Brooklyn, NY 11233, USA