Brooklyn, New York City’s most populous borough, is awash in history and culture. Originally a city in its own right, Brooklyn was joined with the surrounding areas, including Manhattan, in 1898 to form what we now know as modern day NYC. This rich history that goes back to the colonial era, has influenced the borough’s character, as well as its architecture, with large swaths of the borough being considered to be part of Brownstone Brooklyn as well as being designated historic districts. In recent decades even the neighborhoods outside of what would be considered prime Brooklyn have experienced a renaissance as the borough has been going through a major real estate and development boom.
Brooklyn’s Most Popular Neighborhoods
The most popular neighborhoods in Brooklyn on PropertyClub