Welcome To Brooklyn: Barclays Center Guide

September 28, 2012 5:00 AM

Welcome To Brooklyn: Barclays Center Guide

" New York City’s newest colossal addition, Brooklyn’s Barclays Center will open for business on Friday with a series of epic shows from the area’s homegrown gladiator Jay-Z, which will be followed up with concerts from artists ranging from Barbara Streisand to Justin Bieber – and of course, the space will be the new home of the Brooklyn Nets. The arena seats 19,000  and will also host certain NHL games.  Barclays Center is be accessible by 11 subway lines, the Long Island Rail Road, and 11 bus lines. CBSNewYork has scoped out the new arena and has all you need to know for coming, going – and everything in between.

Coming and Going

(Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images)

Driving In typical NYC fashion, your best bet is to avoid driving, because parking is scarce. If you’re coming from New Jersey, take 95 to 278 and cross the two bridges. If you’re coming from North Jersey, you can take the George Washington Bridge and drive down FDR Drive, cross the Brooklyn Bridge, and then turn left on Atlantic Avenue.

Parking is extremely limited and will generally run you above $15 "

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