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Brooklyn, New York, 11201
Studio/1 Bedroom$2,345 - $3,909
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Brooklyn, New York, 11201
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Brooklyn, New York, 11211
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Brooklyn, New York, 11201
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If you are looking to rent an apartment in Brooklyn or its suburbs, we have a new place for you; the early fall is particularly lovely but regardless of when you are looking to move, Brooklyn's apartments are available in every price range all year round. Be sure to keep reading for more information on Brooklyn and how to find your new apartment. Best of luck with your apartment search!
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ABOUT BROOKLYN & BROOKLYN APARTMENT RENTALS
Brooklyn, one of the five boroughs of New York City, boasts its own unique character with a distinctive architectural style, numerous colorful neighborhoods, a highly diverse population, and an independent art scene. Come to Brooklyn and fall in love with all there is to see and do, anytime of the year!
From the Brooklyn Heights Promenade with its fabulous views of the Manhattan Skyline to the Boardwalk at Coney Island with its rides and open-air restaurants, from the innovative performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music to the free summer concerts in Prospect Park and Brighton Beach, Brooklyn offers a vast array of aesthetic and cultural riches. Brooklyn has multiple festivals every month of the year. Some of the most popular are the summer-long Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival and the Caribbean Gospel Festival in August.
Brooklyn’s outdoor offerings are also spectacular. Brooklyn has miles of beaches, including famous Coney Island Beach. Brooklyn’s park lands offer endless opportunities for hiking and biking and for observing the glorious diversity of nature. Jamaica Bay welcomes thousands of migrating birds each year and Coney Island Aquarium is home to live sharks, stingrays, and many other ocean life-forms.
Brooklyn’s dining is as exciting as its other attractions, and the local folklore of its restaurants are as much of a reason to visit as the food. Nathan’s made "Coney Island Hot Dogs" a catch-phrase, and Lundy’s is famous for its seafood and West Indian waiters. For good old-fashioned New York style pizza and fantastic Italian food, try the Spumoni Gardens or Mama Leone’s. For old-fashioned soul-food try Soule and for steaks and ribs check out Hunter’s Steak and Ale House.
Brooklyn’s nightlife has it all. Reign Lounge has a hip and trendy scene sometimes frequented by famous actors and directors. Brooklyn’s Live Music Jazz Café offers jazz in an intimate smoke and alcohol free environment. Black Betty has great North African and Mediterranean food and DJs and live music. National Restaurant offers live Russian music and a dance show, part of Brooklyn’s active Russian night-club scene.
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Brooklyn Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Brooklyn have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Brooklyn apartment cost $2,476. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Brooklyn apartment was $2,778 in February. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Brooklyn rentals listed below.
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What are some quiet neighborhoods in Brooklyn?
Marine Park in Brooklyn is one of the quietest areas even though it's very friendly and neighbors talk to each other over the back fence. Brooklyn Heights is pretty quiet too even though it looks across at Lower Manhattan. It's mostly low rise little row houses so it has a neighborhood feel to it too.
What neighborhoods in Brooklyn are good for eating out?
All thirty of Brooklyn's neighborhoods have some great places for eating, but my two favorites are Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights. Both have a good vibe. A lot of places are doing organic, but the best one is Ziggy's. Really amazing and one of the best iPod music selections anywhere!
what subways serve the columbia street waterfront district
Subway lines 2,3,4,5,F,G,N,R, A,C serve Columbia street Waterfront District.
What would an ideal weekend be like in Brooklyn?
An ideal weekend in Brooklyn involves taking in the sights of this culture-rich New York City borough. Take a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge and soak up the breathtaking views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Statue of Liberty. Visit the Brooklyn Museum, the second largest art museum in New York City, and check out the magnificent Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Don't forget to walk over to Prospect Park where you can spend time at the zoo, the Audubon center, or possibly enjoy an outdoor concert during the summer months. Catch the sunset from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade with a clear view of the Manhattan skyline, and then wind down the day with a tour and tasting over at the internationally renowned Brooklyn Brewery.
How is the nightlife in Brooklyn?
Brooklyn has an excellent after-dark scene. It differs, however, depending on which neighborhood you're in. Downtown Brooklyn has most of the tourists and a great view of the Manhattan skyline, Williamsburg is more bohemian, Prospect Park is more moneyed, and Gowanus and Red Hook are artististic communities. The Williamsburg bar scene has places like AKA potion, Barcade, and Goodbye Blue Monday, named after a Kurt Vonnegut novel.
Is Brooklyn a good place for younger people?
Yes, Brooklyn is a great place for younger people. First of all, plenty of other young people live in Brooklyn, so there is no shortage of social options. It's also a lot cheaper than Manhattan, and you tend to get more space for your money, apartment-wise. As far as nightlife is concerned, it does depend on the neighborhood, but generally there are countless bars and music venues, as well as a burgeoning restaurant scene for all budgets. The arts are also a very big part of Brookyln, with many galleries hosting shows. For those without cars, Brookyln also boasts an excellent public transportation system.
any short let- like one week?
Hi! Here are the properties we found in Brooklyn that offer short-term leases: http://www.mynewplace.com/search?q=brooklyn%2C+ny&x=0&y=0. You can use the "Check Availability" button to contact the landlord with specific questions about lease lengths. Hope some of these work for you, and let us know if you need any help using the site!