Brooklyn Real Estate Professionals
Think you want to live in Manhattan? Think Brooklyn! With its unique blend of traditional brownstone walk-ups, modern cosmopolitan apartments and bohemian lofts, Brooklyn Real Estate has something for everyone. You can have a backyard, yet still be minutes away from the subway. The rich flavor of its multi-cultural background fills the streets with aromas from around the globe. And the art scene is the best in the city. It’s Manhattan only better.
With approximately 2.5 million residents, Brooklyn is the most highly populated borough of New York City and the second largest in square miles. Since 1896, Brooklyn Real Estate has had the same boundaries as Kings County, which is now the most highly populated county in the state of New York and the second-most densely populated county in the entire United States. Only New York County, which encompasses the borough of Manhattan is larger.
Brooklyn Real Estate Is Hot
With trendy neighborhoods like Williamsburg leading the way, Brooklyn is becoming the destination for art, music, and fashion lovers in the NYC area. One-of-a-kind cafes, bars, and all manner of entertainment venues are popping up across Brooklyn’s many neighborhoods. From the quiet, residential streets of Dyker Heights to the bustling markets of Williamsburg, no two neighborhoods are the same.
There are many reasons people choose Brooklyn Real Estate over Manhattan, the main reason being price. If Brooklyn is Manhattan’s bloodstream Manhattan is its central line – and the living doesn’t come cheap. The average cost of an apartment in Manhattan is $1.774 million. Compare that to just across the river where the average Brooklyn apartment is bought for $600,000 – talk about a million dollar difference. With so many people unable or unwilling to dish out $1,363 per square foot of space, nearby Brooklyn Real Estate has grown into the city just outside the city. You still get the same amenities and the same feel as Manhattan minus the insane pricing. Plus, you get that killer view of the New York City skyline.
Brooklyn Real Estate – Space
Another reason people are moving to Brooklyn over Manhattan is the space. In Brooklyn, you can actually see the sky and there’s more outdoor space. Manhattan has its rooftops, but they’re consistently overcrowded with people trying to get a breath of fresh air for a change. Brooklyn Real Estate, on the other hand, has an outdoor space accompanying most of its restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues. Parks are less crowded and give you the room you need to stretch your legs – and your belongings. More room in Brooklyn also means more living space in apartments. With so many Brooklyn Condos for sale why not take a look? So rather than being shoved in a closet of an apartment somewhere in the concrete jungle, people are choosing for more space where they can build a life for themselves. If its Brooklyn Co-ops, Brooklyn Condos, Brooklyn Homes for sale or any other kind of Brooklyn Real Estate you are looking for call Weichert Franzese today!