Since the late 1990s, Brooklyn’s large loft-style apartments, comparatively low rents, and public transit attracted its now vibrant artistic community – especially in the Williamsburg neighborhood. With more than 2.6 million people, the borough is encompassed by a diverse group of residents who enjoy culture and arts, international cuisines, and yearly celebrations with neighbors and close friends.
Brooklyn also provides a beautifully scenic environment which is home to some of New York’s most attractive parks and landmarks, such as Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Garden, plus the endless rows of elegant brownstones that provide a lovely backdrop within this exciting community. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy game days for the Nets and Islanders at Barclays Center, or a trip to Coney Island for a Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game.
Of course, the quirky, artistic image that has become Brooklyn has merit.