Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation


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ACCES-VR Office Building
New York State Office Building
55 Hanson Place, Second Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217-1580

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS:Subway | Bus | Long Island Railroad | Driving

CROSS STREETS: Fort Greene Place and South Elliott Place


2, 3, 4, 5, D, Q to Atlantic Avenue Station

B, M, N, R to Pacific Avenue Station

G to Fulton Street Station

A from Manhattan: change at Hoyt-Schermerhorn for C to Lafayette or G to Fulton Street
A from Brooklyn: change at Nostrand Avenue for C to Lafayette

F from Manhattan: change at Jay St-Boro Hall for C to Lafayette
F from Brooklyn: change at Bergen Street for G to Fulton


B 25 to South Elliott Place and Fulton Street

B 26 to South Portland Avenue and Fulton Street

B 38 to Fulton and Lafayette Avenue

B 41 to Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush

B 45 to Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush

B 63 to Atlantic Avenue and Fourth Avenue


To Flatbush Avenue Station


It is probably easiest to take the subway or bus to the office.  If you do drive, the least expensive place to park is the underground parking lot under the PATHMARK grocery store in the new Atlantic Center Shopping Mall.

If you are close to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway (BQE) you can take the BQE and get off at the exit which says Civic Center/Tillary Street.  Stay in the LEFT LANE.

Turn LEFT onto Flatbush Avenue, which is a very busy, 6 lane road.  Stay in the LEFT LANE and go down about three stop lights. 

Turn LEFT onto Fulton Street (there is a big McDonald's on the corner), and go a couple blocks.

Turn RIGHT onto Ashland Place, and go two blocks (you will cross Lafayette Street, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music will be on the corner).

You will come to Hanson Place, and you have to turn LEFT.

Go to Ft. Greene Place, turn RIGHT, and you'll take a QUICK LEFT into the underground Parking Lot for PATHMARK.

The New York State Office Building is at 55 Hanson Place, a brick building right across the street from the Atlantic Center and down the street from the Williamsburgh Bank Building, with the landmark clock tower.


Last Updated: February 26, 2014