One of the many areas we service in New York City is Brooklyn. Brooklyn is one of New York City's five boroughs, located just south of the island of Manhattan. But Brooklyn is really a neighborhood made of neighborhoods. From the Russian-speaking residents of Brighton Beach to the Polish communities in Greenpoint and the large Hasidic Jewish population in Williamsburg, the borough is filled with diverse cultural enclaves. While Brooklyn may not be the largest borough (even though it takes up 71 square miles of land!) in New York City, it is the most populated. Knock On Glass services all areas of Brooklyn utilizing the same affordable rates for all our customers. We have installed countless shower doors, table tops, glass shelves and custom mirrors for our residential customers. Our commercial clientele has been extremely satisfied with their new frameless storefronts, glass railings, herculite glass doors, and much more.
Brooklyn was once home to the Canarsie Native American tribe, people who fished and farmed the land. In the early 1600s, though, Dutch colonists moved in and took over the area.
Brooklyn was incorporated as the City of Brooklyn in 1834. Prospect Park opened to the public in 1867, and one of Brooklyn's most famous landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge, was officially opened in 1883.