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Boerum Hill offers a balanced approach to Brooklyn living by combining a downtown feel with a homespun, intimate atmosphere. Similar to its sister neighborhoods Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill is an instant favorite of long-time New Yorkers and newcomers alike.
Tree-lined sidewalks, cobblestone side streets, and a thriving mix of commercial and community-focused businesses make it clear why Brooklyn Heights is known as “America’s original suburb.” From ivy-wrapped row houses to jaw-dropping single family mansions, serenity abounds around every corner.
Dumbo - which stands for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” - is widely known as the neighborhood that welcomes travelers into Brooklyn from Manhattan. But Dumbo is much more than a passageway; locals love it for the gorgeous skyline views, cobblestone streets, and thriving art, technology and small business communities. These diverse influences have made Dumbo a place that laidback creatives and culture lovers are proud to call home.
Fort Greene is a beloved Brooklyn neighborhood that's diverse and accessible. Beyond the lush greenery of Fort Greene Park, you'll find bustling flea markets, Renowned cultural institutions and a thriving entertainment scene - all anchored by a refreshingly tight-knit community.
Good food and rich traditions have kept Little Italy true to its roots. Although this small but boisterous neighborhood has changed over time, its European heritage is still alive in the restaurants, shops, and jovial spirit of those who call Little Italy home.
Even though Prospect Heights is steeped in old-Brooklyn culture, it's also on the cutting edge of all things trendy and notable about the borough as a whole. Charming eateries, majestic Prospect Park, and quick train access to Manhattan and the rest of Brooklyn keep the scene in this neighborhood ever-changing – and ever-energized.
Nestled between Riverside and Central Park, the Upper West Side is one of the greenest parts of Manhattan. The Upper West Side is known for popular attractions like the Natural History Museum and Lincoln Center, but relaxed bistros and a lively bar scene defy expectations in this sparkling and cozy uptown neighborhood.
Williamsburg has emerged in recent years as a pop-culture darling, and a force in defining NYC trends. While it seems that everyone has an opinion on Williamsburg’s true cultural cache, those that live in the neighborhood prefer not to overthink it. Instead, you’ll find a refreshingly care-free community where the motto is “do your own thing” - and always have a good time along the way.