Boerum Hill

The Brooklyn neighborhood of Boerum Hill combines a downtown vibe with a quaint, nineteenth-century atmosphere. With its tree-lined streets and spacious brownstones, Boerum Hill attracts a population of young professionals, families, newcomers, and Manhattanites looking for a quieter, more laid back quality of life. A short commute to Lower Manhattan ensures easy accessibility and convenience, while the tight-knit community further contributes to the neighborhood’s homey feeling. Foodies rejoice in the numerous local restaurants, with boutique shops, bars, and performance spaces rounding out the neighborhood’s entertainment options.

Dumbo

With unparalleled waterfront views and an artistic sensibility, DUMBO is a true Brooklyn gem. Located just minutes from Downtown Manhattan, DUMBO "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass" offers a respite for city-dwellers looking for a more laid-back energy. DUMBO’s cobblestoned streets are populated with exceptional restaurants, bars, and galleries that lend a vibrant, artistic energy to the neighborhood’s cultural scene. A diverse range of small businesses and shops give the neighborhood a homey, one-of-a-kind charm.

Fort Greene

One of Brooklyn’s most revered and diverse neighborhoods, Fort Greene offers a little bit of everything. With its brownstones and tree-lined streets, sprawling parks, premiere cultural centers, and access to Manhattan and the Long Island Railroad, Fort Greene makes having it all seem effortless. While there are countless unique restaurants, specialty shops, and bars to choose from, the common thread characterizing much of Fort Greene is a shared sense of neighborhood pride and a distinct lack of pretension. With its combination of entertainment, amenities, and a tight-knit community, Fort Greene truly does have it all.

Park Slope

With its endless amount of cultural and entertainment options combined with family-friendly amenities, Park Slope is one of New York's most well-rounded communities. Thanks to the top-tier public schools, and sprawling parks and green space, Park Slope has become a Brooklyn go-to for young families looking to settle down. Park Slope’s lively restaurant scene, independent cafes, and bars attract a slightly younger, bohemian population into the mix. The trendy local shops, and proximity to Prospect Park are benefits all residents can enjoy.

Williamsburg

In recent years, Williamsburg has asserted itself as the hippest, trendiest, most happening neighborhood in Brooklyn. Home to an eclectic mix of post-grads and creative souls, Williamsburg offers a dynamic music scene, chic boutiques, independent cafes, and thriving nightlife. Vinyl shops and vintage and antique stores maintain the neighborhood’s hipster credibility, while convenient transportation enables easy access to Manhattan. A breezy, indifferent, artistic sensibility characterizes much of the Williamsburg attitude and culture.