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About Brooklyn

Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs that make up New York City. With 2.5 million people living in Brooklyn, it is considered the largest borough in New York City and would be the fourth largest city in the U.S.. Named after a Dutch town of Breukelen, Brooklyn became the world’s first modern commuter city in the early 19 th century and sometimes referred to as the original New York City. From the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and renowned Brooklyn Museum to the legendary Coney Island and a dozen neighborhoods with local flair in between, it's definitely worth discovering. Not to mention some of the best New York pizza, incredible landmarks and views and plentiful outdoor space, its no wonder why so many people are flocking to Brooklyn.

There is a neighborhood for everyone, bringing each its own local flavor. Here are the Brooklyn’s neighborhoods.

Fort Greene, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, Red Hook, Brooklyn Heights, Crown Heights, Bushwick, Carroll Gardens, Flatbush, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Greenpoint, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Gowanus, Dumbo, Brighton Beach, Downtown Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Park Slope, Williamsburg, Coney Island

Do I need a real estate broker to buy a Brooklyn apartment?Buying property is probably the largest purchase you’ll ever make so it’s always a good idea to have an experienced broker on your side. Brokers can help provide advice and guidance as well as negotiate your best price on your behalf making the process simple and stress free.

What type of Brooklyn apartment should I buy or rent?From Townhomes to loft style condominiums and apartment co-ops, there is a wide range of variety to choose from. One of the most common housing styles in Brooklyn is the Brownstone, generally 2-3 story structures lined next to each other on a single block giving Brooklyn its historic neighborhood feel.

Depending on what you’re looking for, whether it’s a lot of space, outdoor terrace or a pied-a- terre, Brooklyn has it.

How much does an average Brooklyn apartment cost?It depends on several factors such as neighborhood, amenities, and property size. In 2022, the median asking price for an apartment in Brooklyn was approximately $899,000 and the median asking rent in Brooklyn was approximately $2,700.

Which is more expensive, Manhattan apartment or Brooklyn apartment?It really varies on several factors such as property size, amenities, and neighborhood. On average, the cost of living is usually higher in Manhattan than in Brooklyn.

Are there dog friendly Brooklyn apartments and neighborhoods?Yes, a lot of Brooklyn apartments and neighborhoods are pet friendly with more than 35 dog runs across the borough including Prospect Park. Not to mention in Dumbo the Brooklyn Bridge Dog Run and in Brooklyn Heights the Adam Yauch Park Dog Run.