Brooklyn

About Brooklyn

This culture-filled borough has something to offer everyone. Whether it’s world class cuisine, vibrant street art, or eclectic music, one of Brooklyn’s many charming neighborhoods is sure to deliver the goods.


Neighborhoods

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Bed-Stuy

The birthplace of The Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z, Bedford-Stuyvesant (commonly known as Bed-Stuy) is a central Brooklyn neighborhood...

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Bushwick

An industrial outdoor art gallery, Bushwick is an emerging cultural center of Brooklyn with both Michelin-starred restaurants and $3...

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Williamsburg

Who needs Manhattan? Williamsburg has everything you can possibly want - even an Apple Store. If you do need Manhattan, it's only a ...

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Apartments in Brooklyn




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Bath Beach

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Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge is the lovely little South Brooklyn hood just across the water from Staten Island. Home to a large variety of immigrant co...

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Bed-Stuy

The birthplace of The Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z, Bedford-Stuyvesant (commonly known as Bed-Stuy) is a central Brooklyn neighborhood...

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Bensonhurst

Long-known as the Little Italy of Brooklyn, Bensonhurst has become a diverse melting pot of culture over the years. Going beyond its...

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Bergen Beach

Located on the Southern Coast of Brooklyn is the small neighborhood of Bergen Beach. Bergen Beach is mainly residential and offers l...

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Boerum Hill

Neighboring Cobble Hill, this trendy neighborhood embodies the quintessential Brooklyn ambiance while managing to remain just under ...

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Borough Park

Home to one of the largest populations of Orthodox Jews outside of Israel, you might feel like a bit of an outsider-looking-in when ...

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Brighton Beach

Most people don’t think of living by the beach when they consider moving to New York City, but Brighton Beach offers that and much m...

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Brooklyn Heights

Unbeatable views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and East River? Check. Plenty of parks and open public spaces? Check. Chic restauran...

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Brownsville

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Bushwick

An industrial outdoor art gallery, Bushwick is an emerging cultural center of Brooklyn with both Michelin-starred restaurants and $3...

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Canarsie

Nestled in the southeastern portion of Brooklyn, Canarsie is a quiet destination that offers plentiful space and the gentle sound of...

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Carroll Gardens

Carroll Gardens has become a Brooklyn favorite in recent years as many, young and old alike, have flocked here in search of quaintne...

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Clinton Hill

Full of boutique cafes, wine bars, and unique little shops, this vibrant and charming neighborhood is a magnet for professionals and...

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Cobble Hill

Tree-lined, brownstone-flanked streets dotted with little cafes and shops make this super chill and family-friendly neighborhood tru...

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Columbia St

Columbia St

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Coney Island

Coney Island is a magical place and iconic hot spot often featured in films, television, and plays as New York City’s playground. Pl...

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Crown Heights

Bordered by beautiful Prospect Park on the West, Crown Heights is the home of the world-renowned Brooklyn Botanic Garden (Cherry Blo...

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Cypress Hills

This neighborhood is located near the East New York part of Brooklyn and borders the Woodhaven and Ozone Park areas of Queens. Somew...

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Ditmas Park

Considered to be a subsection of Flatbush, Ditmas Park deserves its own praise particularly thanks to its Historic District that’s f...

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Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn is a bustling intersection of commercial, civic, and residential life with a mix of prewar buildings and new high ...

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DUMBO

DUMBO (short for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) is an upscale residential and commercial neighborhood, known for attracti...

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Dyker Heights

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East Flatbush

Just southeast of Prospect Park is the affordable and accessible (via the 2 and 5 trains) neighborhood of East Flatbush. This area i...

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East New York

An up and coming area in Brooklyn that houses a diverse community and plenty of Jamaican, Spanish, and African eateries. Due to a re...

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Flatbush

With its prewar colonial and Victorian homes and calm streets, Flatbush is a largely family-oriented area with some of the best Jama...

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Flatlands

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Fort Greene

Oh Fort Greene, with it’s beautiful hill-topped park, bustling flea markets, tree-lined blocks of historic brownstones, summer outdo...

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Fort Hamilton

Surrounded by bars, restaurants, cafes, and parks, Fort Hamilton, is home to many young professionals and families.

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Gerritsen Beach

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Gowanus

This neighborhood features a mix of residential and industrial buildings, encompassing it’s namesake 1.8 mile long canal of polluted...

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Gravesend

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Greenpoint

This quiet neighborhood has a lot to offer. Everything from small mom and pop shops, McCarren Park, tasty Polish food and of course,...

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Greenwood Heights

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Kensington

Old meets new in this peaceful, family friendly neighborhood of colonial and pre-war homes. Kensington is easily accessible via the ...

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Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach

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Marine Park

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Midwood

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Mill Basin

Mill Basin

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Ocean Hill

Ocean Hill is a neighborhood within Bedford-Stuyvesant named for all of its hills. With great access to transportations and a growin...

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Park Slope

Park Slope is that hip, family neighborhood with a classic, literary feel. It’s home to many vintage stores, fair-trade coffee shops...

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PLG: Prospect Lef...

Just east of Prospect Park and south of Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts Garden is a diverse and quickly growing neighborhood. It’s ...

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Pratt Institute

A great institution.

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Prospect Heights

Prospect Heights is a beloved little neighborhood situated at the tip of Prospect Park with historic brownstones, luxury prewar buil...

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Prospect Park

Prospect Park is a beloved and flagship 526-acre park of Brooklyn designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the same brain...

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Prospect Park South

Prospect Park South is situated just below, you guessed it, the gorgeous Prospect Park. Another of Brooklyn’s Victorian-style neighb...

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Red Hook

Surrounded on three sides by sweeping views of the water, Statue of Liberty, lower Manhattan, Governors Island, and Staten Island, R...

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Sea Gate

Sea Gate

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Sheepshead Bay

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South Slope

Located between Sunset Park and Park Slope, South Slope is filled with beautiful prewar buildings, brownstones, new condos, and amaz...

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Stuyvesant Heights

Sometimes known for short as Stuy Heights, this neighborhood is located southeast of Williamsburg and comprises the eastern part of ...

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Sunset Park

Sunset Park is a diverse neighborhood that’s quickly becoming more popular. Worth noting is that the trek to Manhattan from this nei...

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Vinegar Hill

If you love Dumbo but hate tourism, Vinegar Hill is for you! Just steps from Dumbo, Vinegar Hill is a quiet neighborhood attracting ...

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Williamsburg

Who needs Manhattan? Williamsburg has everything you can possibly want - even an Apple Store. If you do need Manhattan, it's only a ...

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Windsor Terrace

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