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A historic area, known for its high concentration of Victorian Era builidngs. Bedford-Stuyvestant is home to an eclectic community forged from new comers, young professionals, artist, students and more. This gentrifying area is burgeoning with shops and cafes and offers a host of housing opportunities at a great value.


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Rich in architectural landscape and home to some of the finest museums and parks, Crown Heights is quickly becoming one of the more sought after neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Currently undergoing a period of revitalization the area is known for its amazing ethnic cuisine from all over the Caribbean and in the Spring, the West-Indian Day Parade brings out people from many different nations, dressed in wildly bright colors and playing music from their homelands. 



Ditmas Park is a thriving neighborhood, full of historic architecture that’s experiencing a period of rapid growth. Due to low rents the area is quickly coming alive with shops, cafes, and restaurants. An abundance of converted single family homes that boast their own distinct character and charm really sets Ditmas Park apart from the usual brownstone lined streets of other Brooklyn neighborhoods. Off the B and Q lines and neighboring other flourishing areas like Midwood and Prospect Lefferts Gardens makes any apartment in Ditmas Park a steal!










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Whether you love it or love to hate it, there is no denying Williamsburg has undergone a major metamorphosis in the last decade. With a host of young professionals and creative entrepreneurs moving in looking for eco-conscious fare and trendy businesses, the neighborhood has all but succeeded in becoming Brooklyn’s most stylish and expensive destination.