By Dispatch Editors on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 at 10:16 am
Tis the season for Christmas tree buying.
The yearly tradition of blocking off the sidewalks to sell Christmas trees is upon us.
Tree stands usually operate 24 hours a day once they get going just in case you need an emergency Christmas tree at 3am — and because its more ore less impossible to set up and take down Christmas tree stands nightly. For a full history of New York City’s Christmas tree stand saga, 6sqft has a history going back to the 1850s.
814 Manhattan Avenue (Manhattan at Cayler)
Union Christmas Trees
Macri Triangle Park
Union Ave between Meeker and Metropolitan
Three locations listed below across north Brooklyn with appearances by Santa Claus.
Greg’s Trees McCarren Park
Driggs between Lorimer and Manhattan Ave
2 PM to 6 PM
Greg’s Trees @ The Springs
224 Franklin Street
4 PM to 9 PM
Greg’s Trees at Domino Park
River Street at South 1st
Across from Domino Park playground
2 PM to 7 PM
Between Greenpoint Ave and Calyer