Snug in its corner between downtown Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Clinton Hill and the Atlantic Yards area...
NLG pointed to the folly of such a description.
Fort Greene's diversity
The worst thing was the failure of the article to mention the presence of high-rise buildings other than new luxury housing. Fort Greene is a mixed-income neighborhood; it includes public housing and subsidized Mitchell-Lama buildings.
Those buildings do not show up in the New York Times classifieds. They likely are not the desired locations of typical Times readers. But they are part of "Living In" Fort Greene.
Given that the Times just started a neighborhood blog about Fort Greene, you'd think that the newspaper would try to get it right. But the Real Estate section too often places marketing above journalism.