Around Park Slope
Park Slope Located on the west side of Brooklyn’s largest Prospect Park, it is a beautiful, green and classic town, and was previously selected by New York Magazine as the most livable city in Manhattan, selected by New Yorkers. It is convenient because there are shopping streets, cafes and restaurants. Due to its popularity, the rent is high, and the area has many old properties. It also has a large number of children, making it one of the top destinations for couples living in Manhattan to move to.
Prospect Heights The number of newly built condominiums is increasing, and the area is currently attracting attention due to the presence of the Barclays Center, the basketball stadium of the Brooklyn Nets.
Although it is a little far from the station, there are restaurants with a good atmosphere and stylish cafes, and it is popular among young people. However, be careful as there are some areas where public safety suddenly deteriorates if you leave the area for a while.
Carol Garden An area with many long-time residents. Various events are held throughout the year in Carol Park in the area, and it is full of families. Despite the popularity of the area, the lack of large-scale development has resulted in a very small number of properties and high real estate prices. In the last few years of rent trends in Brooklyn, the area where the rent has risen the most.
Cobble Hill Benefiting from the redevelopment of the Brooklyn Waterfront, this area is becoming increasingly popular with both families and singles. There are national chains such as Barneys Co-op and shops such as boutiques owned by individual owners, creating a stylish atmosphere. Because it is a luxury residential area, both rental and purchase prices are high. It is a popular area with many apartments that have been modernized even in pre-war buildings.