The report, which used ratings from a Department of Transportation assessment from 2014 and 2015, found that 89.3 percent of the neighborhood’s streets were in “good" condition.
The rankings take into account road conditions like cracks, patching and surface peeling, according to the DOT.
About 10 percent of the neighborhood’s streets were rated as being in “fair” condition. None of the neighborhood’s streets were rated as being in “poor” condition.
Fort Greene was ranked No. 1 on a list that includes 188 neighborhoods across the city.
Brooklyn’s streets were in the best shape, with 75.1 percent rated as being in good condition. Starrett City and Williamsburg ranked second and third, respectively, in the borough.
The neighborhoods with the worst streets in Brooklyn were Seagate and Coney Island, with only 35 percent of streets there rated as being in good condition.
The worst streets in the city were in Kew Gardens in Queens, with only 28 percent in good condition, according to the report.
Parkchester in The Bronx, Stapleton and Rosebank in Staten Island, and Carnegie Hill in Manhattan also ranked among the neighborhoods with the poorest street conditions.