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Brooklyn Apartments for Rent

About Brooklyn

As one of the five boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn is a diverse mixture of people and cultures featuring many distinct neighborhoods, which sets it apart from the rest of the city. Nearly half of the residents of Brooklyn work in Manhattan. Many of those who donít commute, work in small businesses, shops and restaurants within Brooklyn. A lot of financial back-office operations and high-tech jobs are migrating into the borough helping to fuel the economy.

From the bars and music clubs of Park Slope to the renowned Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), to its countless bucolic parks, Brooklyn college students have a wide array of options every weekend. Whether youíre attending Pratt Institute or Brooklyn College, from Williamsburg to Coney Island, youíll find that Brooklyn is almost a world unto itself.

Some other attractions you will find just a short distance from your Brooklyn apartment are Coney Island amusement park is always popular with families. The Brooklyn Children's Museum is the first museum in the country dedicated to the kids. Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a great place to get away from it all for a little while. The 52 acre park area has various gardens you can explore such as a one acre rose garden, a water lily pond esplanade and a bonsai tree collection.

Brooklyn has an extensive public transportation system making a car not necessary. Subways and buses are available everywhere and will take you all over the city. Most residents who do have cars use on street parking which can be difficult while renting here. You will find various types of apartments in Brooklyn from row houses, Federal style brick homes, high rise and modern communities. You may want to consider distance to subway or bus station, location of religious institutions and colleges, or access to bridges and tunnels.

A post office in Brooklyn is located at Municipal Building. The phone number is 718-596-7263.

Average Rent in Brooklyn, NY

The following chart shows the average rent for an apartment in Brooklyn, NY and nearby cities:

1 BR 2 BR
Brooklyn (3)
New York (5) $3,286 $4,153
Hoboken (4) $2,711 $2,926
Jersey City (4) $2,589 $3,508

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Brooklyn, NY Apartments And Rentals

There are 9 rentals and apartments in Brooklyn, NY and nearby communities

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Stuyvesant Town

Stuyvesant Town
252 First Avenue

New York, NY 10009

(5.9 miles)
Rent:  $2,995-$7,222
Bedrooms:  1-5

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Peter Cooper Village  Stuyvesant Town
Rent:  $2,711-$7,150
Bedrooms:  1-5

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Peter Cooper Village

Peter Cooper Village
252 First Avenue

Manhattan, NY 10010

(5.9 miles)
Rent:  $2,995-$7,222
Bedrooms:  1-5

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Portside Towers

Portside Towers
155 Washington Street

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(6.4 miles)
Rent:  $2,130-$4,885
Bedrooms:  1-3

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The Juliana

The Juliana
600 Jackson Street

Hoboken, NJ 07030

(8.2 miles)
Rent:  $2,603-$3,250
Bedrooms:  1-3

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Estuary a Resort Style Community
Rent:  $1,700-$5,110
Bedrooms:  1-3

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RiversEdge at Port Imperial
Rent:  $1,925-$4,720
Bedrooms:  1-2

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RiverTrace

RiverTrace
11 Ave At Port Imperial

West New York, NJ 07093

(9.7 miles)
Rent:  $2,040-$5,400
Bedrooms:  1-3

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55 Riverwalk Place

55 Riverwalk Place
55 Riverwalk Place

West New York, NJ 07093

(9.7 miles)
Rent:  $1,835-$4,175
Bedrooms:  1-3

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