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Our Brooklyn 'Hoods

Brooklyn! Oh so many neighborhoods. Where do we start? How about at the the east river and Brooklyn Bridge. DUMBO (Down Under The Manhattan Bridge) known for its larger loft rentals and condo's, sits upon the east river. A stones throw away across from Manhattan, the view is priceless. The newly built east river park, houses summer movies and late night dance parties. Also, sprinkled along Dumbo's cobble stoned streets resides artist, theater and dance spaces. Neighboring DUMBO lies Brooklyn Heights...where it has arguably the most expensive rents in Brooklyn! Cute coffee shops and old school patisseries sit on every other corner in the Heights. Gorgeous brownstone's city views a commute that is one train stop away from NYC makes Brooklyn Heights one of the most desirable 'hoods in the BK! Cross the Atlantic Avenue Border lands you in Cobble Hill & Carroll Gardens & Boerum Hill. All known for its italian influences from almost a century ago, you can always find the best spaghetti and meatballs in Brooklyn! All three neighborhood's run along the F, G line as well as the 4,5 Trains and shoot into the city within minutes as. If you go up 3rd street, that now takes you to Park Slope, the land of the most baby strollers per capita! Park Slope is known for its award-winning schools and close proximity to prospect park. Prospect Park, designed by the same architects who did Central Park, has over 500 acres of green space with free summer concerts, softball games, a zoo, 3.5 mile stretch for biking and running sprawling meadows for bird watching, thinking and dreaming.

If you are looking to live in a quiet part of brooklyn, next to Park Slope is Windsor Terrace and South Park Slope; both known for their quiet and quant treelined streets. On the other side of Park Slope lies Prospect Heights. Prospect Heights is a big favorite for many. Its outer border is eastern parkway which is home to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Brooklyn Museum & the saturday farmers market. Whether you want botanical heaven or a First Saturday of the Month Dance party at the museum, Prospect Heights is wonderfully located. It has many large brownstones, cute coffee shops, 4 star restaurants and great energy. Across Atlantic Avenue lies Fort Greene & Clinton Hill. Forte Greene is rumored to house the most writers per capita in the USA. Both 'hoods known for their incredible diversity and outstanding grandiose Brownstones. BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) is also in Forte Greene and its cultural activities are the epicenter of Brooklyn creativity. Down the BQE (Brooklyn Queens Expressway) or a few stops on the G from Fort Greene appears Williamsburg. The birthing center of the''hipster''; Williamsburg is full of artists and creativity. Also known for its close proximity to the east river, the L train shoots you into the city in one stop from the famous Bedford Avenue L Train. Other Brooklyn neighborhoods include Bushwick, East Williamsburg, Ditmas Park, Crown Heights, Bed Stuy, Stuyvesant Heights, Bay Ridge, Sunset Park, Borough Park, Navy Yard, Midwood, Flatbush, Brighton Beach and More! No neighborhood is the same in Brooklyn. Each has its desirable traits, whether its your favorite subway, coffee shop or where your best friend lives...each 'hood has its own little qualities that make it tick.