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Brooklyn Apartments and Real Estate Information

Bushwick
Bushwick 173 Available Apartments
With neighboring Williamsburg experiencing tremendous growth, Bushwick is now one of Brooklyn's most vibrant artists communities, with many top galleries and an ever-expanding restaurant-and-bar scene.
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Downtown Brooklyn
Downtown Brooklyn 612 Available Apartments
Once Brooklyn's main commercial district, Downtown Brooklyn has evolved into a thriving residential neighborhood, with a large number of new luxury residential buildings, along with restaurants, arts and cultural activities.
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Park Slope
Park Slope 481 Available Apartments
With its tree-lined streets, exquisite brownstones and proximity to Prospect Park, Park Slope is a favorite neighborhood for families, boasting top-rated public schools, great restaurants and lots of community spirit.
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Boerum Hill
Boerum Hill 176 Available Apartments
Boasting some of Brooklyn's most elegant and well-preserved townhouses, Boerum Hill is one of the borough's most affluent areas, with a mix of upscale boutiques and acclaimed restaurants along Smith Street's highly lauded "restaurant row."
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Red Hook
Red Hook 38 Available Apartments
Red Hook is a unique and charming waterfront community with old industrial features. Home to many artists and small businesses, Red Hook has something for everyone. With the recent addition of the more well-known stores like IKEA and Fairway, Red Hook is a lively and diverse neighborhood. Add that to the stunning views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty, it is a neighborhood unlike any other.
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Brooklyn real estate news

Affordable Housing Rundown: A comprehensive look at lotteries + additional programs to assist renters Updated 8/4/2021 to include new lotteries on the Upper West Side, East Harlem, Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bushwick, East New York, and Mott Haven. Under the de Blasio administration, New York City has rolled out several new affordable housing initiatives (for more details, see the mayor’s... Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Newly-Listed townhouses with backyards include a West Village brownstone with outdoor pool Before a new class of luxury cooperatives on Park and Fifth Avenues took the city by storm, well-heeled New Yorkers preferred to live in single-family homes on side streets. Over 100 years later, townhouses are having a moment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Some families are eager for m... Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Sponsor Units: What They Are and the Pros and Cons of Buying One From time to time, sponsor units come on the market. But what is a sponsor unit? The short answer is that it is a unit that has never been sold. In most cases, sponsor units are found in new condos. In this instance, the units are being sold by the condo developer. The main advantage of buying ... Friday, July 30, 2021

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Boerum Hill Boasting some of Brooklyn's most elegant and well-preserved townhouses, Boerum Hill is one of the borough's most affluent areas, with a mix of upscale boutiques and acclaimed restaurants along Smit...
Brooklyn Heights Long considered Brooklyn's most prestigious neighborhood, Brooklyn Heights is famous for its exquisite brownstones and townhouses, quaint tree-lined streets and stunning views, as well as quick acc...
Bushwick With neighboring Williamsburg experiencing tremendous growth, Bushwick is now one of Brooklyn's most vibrant artists communities, with many top galleries and an ever-expanding restaurant-and-bar sc...
Downtown Brooklyn Once Brooklyn's main commercial district, Downtown Brooklyn has evolved into a thriving residential neighborhood, with a large number of new luxury residential buildings, along with restaurants, ar...
Fort Greene Home to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Fort Greene is known for its strong arts scene, diverse population, and exquisite townhouses and brownstones. With a warm vibe, Fort Greene has the aesthetic ...
Park Slope With its tree-lined streets, exquisite brownstones and proximity to Prospect Park, Park Slope is a favorite neighborhood for families, boasting top-rated public schools, great restaurants and l...
Prospect Heights This ethnically diverse neighborhood borders Clinton Hill, Fort Greene and Park Slope and is an ideal spot for anyone wanting to experience the excitement of Brooklyn along with the convenience...
Red Hook Red Hook is a unique and charming waterfront community with old industrial features. Home to many artists and small businesses, Red Hook has something for everyone. With the recent addition of ...
Williamsburg One of Brooklyn's coolest neighborhoods, Williamsburg is known for its large lofts, artistic vibe and thriving restaurant-and-bar scene - making this waterfront community one of the most sought-aft...
Windsor Terrace This suburban-like neighborhood is roughly nine blocks wide and is known for its use of stop signs instead of streetlights. Its small town vibe go great with families and couples looking for a ...
DUMBO With stunning views of Manhattan, DUMBO - or Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass - is one of Brooklyn's premier neighborhoods, boasting luxurious loft buildings and a growing list of thriving ...
Gowanus Wedged between Park Slope and Carroll Gardens, the once gritty Gowanus neighborhood has quickly become the industrial charm of South Brooklyn. While it is largely known for catering to art love...