FORT GREENE — The results are in: our readers say Fort Greene stretches from Flatbush Avenue to Vanderbilt and Myrtle to Fulton Street.
But at the edges, voters are split about who is in and who is out.
Newer residents were less likely to include the area north of Myrtle Avenue, which is home to NYCHA's Ingersoll, Whitman and Farrugut Houses, as compared to people who have lived in the area for more than 20 years.
DNAinfo compiled the responses of more than 12,000 New Yorkers, including hundreds of Fort Greene locals.
Newer residents also tended to push the boundaries of Fort Greene toward Bedford-Stuyvesant. Of the 38 respondents who drew the area's eastern boundary at Classon Avenue, 29 had lived in the area 10 years or less.
Check out the results here. And if you haven't entered your own borders into the map, head here.