NEIGHBORHOODS

Williamsburg

Williamsburg is the trendiest neighborhood in Brooklyn, and most likely the backdrop of one of your favorite New York City-centric shows. With street art sprawled across every wall and fashionistas strutting down every sidewalk, Williamsburg is a truly beautiful place to live. There are also tons of Instagram-worthy restaurants, shops for every kind of amenity or luxury you could want, and delightful thrift stores spread throughout the area.

Crown Heights

Home of the hipsters, Bushwick is a sophisticated hub for those who love art and entertainment. Filled with galleries, boutiques, and trendy restaurants up and down every avenue, North Bushwick is definitely the new scene for energetic and culturally curious millennials. South Bushwick is more residential. It’s quiet, serene, and away from all the noise. The neighborhood in it’s entirety is the best of both worlds.

Bushwick

Home of the hipsters, Bushwick is a sophisticated hub for those who love art and entertainment. Filled with galleries, boutiques, and trendy restaurants up and down every avenue, North Bushwick is definitely the new scene for energetic and culturally curious millennials. South Bushwick is more residential. It’s quiet, serene, and away from all the noise. The neighborhood in it’s entirety is the best of both worlds.

Dumbo

Standing for ‘Down Under The Manhattan Bridge Overpass’, this small yet picturesque neighborhood on the water is easy to miss, despite featuring some of the most stunning sights you’ll see from any vantage point in the entire city, let alone Brooklyn. Between the natural beauty of the parks and the water, and the man-made beauty of the bridge and the galleries, the view from your doorstep would be a sight to behold and an experience to remember.

Greenpoint

Greenpoint is an up and coming neighborhood in Brooklyn. It’s showing signs of becoming the next Williamsburg or Bushwick. If you love hip, trendy neighborhoods but can’t stand noise and crowds, Greenpoint is the place for you. This neighborhood is one of Brooklyn’s true hidden gems.

Lefferts Gardens

Next to the world famous Prospect Park, living in Lefferts Gardens would afford you access to any and everything you could imagine. A peaceful, residential neighborhood with plenty of public transportation in the area to get you to Brooklyn’s more popping neighborhoods in mere minutes, LG is a fine place to live.

Prospect Heights

A historic neighborhood for bookworms and proud nerds, Prospect Heights is the perfect place to settle down and escape the ruckus. Featuring the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and the Brooklyn Public Library, there’s lots to keep you busy here in addition to the usual bars and eateries.