Brooklyn, NY Apartments

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Citi Habitats

#1 in Park Slope , #1 in Barnard College , #1 in Brooklyn, NY , #3 in Seventh Avenue , #5 in Upper West Side

Heather Hope

Heather Hope - Real Estate Agent

Rapid Realty

#2 in Fort Green , #3 in Flushing , #3 in Brooklyn, NY , #7 in Sunset Park , #7 in Pratt Institute Main

Shayla Austin

Shayla Austin - Real Estate Agent

Rapid Realty NYC

#1 in Roosevelt Island, NY , #1 in Inwood, NY , #1 in Bronx, NY , #2 in Coney Island , #2 in Staten Island, NY

Ronnie   Shumake

Ronnie Shumake - Real Estate Agent

Town Residential

#1 in Lower East Side , #1 in East Village , #1 in Downtown , #2 in West Village , #2 in Tribeca


Information About the Area from our Experts

Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

Brooklyn is part of the New York City metropolitan area, which has the highest rate of public transportation riders in the country, by far. Over 50 percent of New Yorkers take public transit to work every day; by comparison, other cities consider their rate high if it’s over 15 percent. So if you rent in Brooklyn, it doesn’t matter if you need to travel to the other boroughs every day for work or another reason. There will absolutely be a way to get there provided to you through public transportation. There are dozens of NYC bus and subway lines that run through downtown Brooklyn, and the Long Island Rail Road commuter rail also has a stop in the neighborhood.

Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

Greater NY Apartments & Condos Management - Property Manager

Brooklyn used to be separate from New York City, and if it still was today it would be the fourth largest city in the United States. With a population of 2.5 million, Brooklyn has just a couple hundred thousand less people than Chicago. So that definitely gives you an idea of how large Brooklyn is. And with the borough’s rich history in every facet of culture, including music, art, sports, education, and film, it could definitely stand on its own. If you rent here, you’ll definitely get the feeling that Brooklyn is autonomous. There’s nothing wrong with this; the opposite, actually. A lot of people rent in Brooklyn to be close to Manhattan, but end up falling in love with Brooklyn itself. I would definitely recommend living here, and fortunately there are a lot of apartment listings to choose from.

Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

Brooklyn’s business district is often overlooked because neighboring Manhattan is home to Wall Street and a world famous financial district. However, if you exclude these areas, Brooklyn’s business center is the largest in the city. Overall, downtown has received millions of public funds and billions of private donations towards improvements, which has greatly benefited the economy here. The area that represents business most in downtown Brooklyn is probably the MetroTech Center, which houses a number of high-profile companies like Bear Stearns, JPMorgan Chase, Blue Cross Blue Shield, National Grid, and others. In fact, it’s the biggest urban science and technology park in the country. Many young professionals who come to the city think that they have to work in Manhattan, but Brooklyn is a growing example of why this simply isn’t true.



Greater NY Apartments & Condos Management - Property Manager

A lot of my past clients who found rentals in Brooklyn planned on commuting to Manhattan on the weekends, because naturally when you think of New York City nightlife that’s the first thing that comes to mind. However, most of them told me that they were finding so much culture right in Brooklyn. The most iconic part of Brooklyn’s nightlife is probably Coney Island, with its boardwalk and amusement park (you would recognize the ferris wheel if you saw it). The New Jersey Nets recently moved their franchise to Brooklyn, and will play the 2012-2013 season at their new stadium here. The area is also home to the second-largest museum in the country, the Brooklyn Museum, and one of the most famous venues in the world, the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Overall, I’d say it stacks up favorably to Manhattan.


We Have 8,315 Brooklyn, NY Apartment Listings

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2 Bed $1,000 Lincoln Place/Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, NY July 29th
2 Bed $1,600 Butler Place/Plaza Street East, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
1 Bed $1,425 6 And 7 Ave, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
2 Bed $1,875 Prospect, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
2 Bed $3,700 St Marks Ave/Vanderbilt, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,475 114 Underhill Ave, Brooklyn, NY September 27th
2 - 3 Bed $2,500 - $3,200 St Johns Pl/Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,750 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,300 Eastern Parkway/Underhill, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
1 Bed $1,500 Saint Johns Pl/5Th Ave, Brooklyn, NY July 29th
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Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
One $2,300
Three $1,700
Three $3,000
Studio $1,500
One $2,300
One $3,000
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Nearby Cities & Towns

Name Dist. Available Apartments
Maspeth 4.8mi 8,357
Manhattan 5.2mi 8,738
Queens 5.5mi 7,803
Hoboken 5.6mi 8,676
New York 5.8mi 8,773
New York City 5.8mi 8,773
Roosevelt Island 6.1mi 8,744
Woodhaven 6.3mi 7,972
Jersey City 6.4mi 8,562
Howard Beach 6.6mi 7,833
Ozone Park 6.6mi 7,914
Weehawken 6.9mi 8,778

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