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Since about the late 1990s, Brooklyn has risen in prominence as a hotspot for bohemian and creative types, particularly in the historic Williamsburg neighborhood. But with over two and a half million people, the borough simply cannot be reduced to a single group of residents; the community’s cultural landscape is among the most diverse in the nation, and locals enjoy having an unparalleled variety of food, art, and celebrations within reach (not to mention some great neighbors).
Brooklyn also provides a beautifully scenic environment, home to some of New York City’s most attractive parks and landmarks—Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, and the endless rows of charming brownstones all provide a lovely backdrop for life in this exciting community. Sports fans will love going to Nets and Islanders games at the Barclays Center, and a Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game is always a great excuse to head down to Coney Island for the day.
Of course, the quirky artistic image that has become so closely tied to Brooklyn definitely has merit: The northern section of the borough is a magnet for creatives, and the arts scene is crammed with everything from divey rock clubs and pop-up galleries to grand symphony halls and plush museums.
The historic Brooklyn Bridge was completed in 1883
Busy street in Brooklyn
As of September 2017, the average apartment rent in Brooklyn, NY is $1,934 for a studio, $2,200 for one bedroom, $2,741 for two bedrooms, and $2,888 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Brooklyn has increased by 5.8% in the past year.
Heading towards the center of the borough, Prospect Park, Central Park’s cousin, is a must-see park covering hundreds of acres. As you wind your way around the park, you can visit Prospect Park Zoo and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.
Brooklyn may have one of the best mass transportation setups in the world. Every subway line except the 7 Train passes through the borough, and with easy transfers to express trains at Atlantic Avenue, most of New York City is just 30 minutes away. Atlantic Avenue is also home to Brooklyn’s own Long Island Railroad terminal, and the commuter line provides even faster access to Manhattan, a quick trip to JFK Airport, and direct routes to Long Island’s beaches. For those few residents who don’t live within a few blocks of a subway system, buses fill in the gaps. Brooklynites don’t need to sell their cars either — while you’ll only want to use your car when you head out of the city, most luxury buildings offer private parking spaces or garages.
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