Douglas Pope
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I heard Brooklyn is the hip place to live in NYC, what neighborhood is going to be the next big thing?

I would like to live on a cool trendy location, but I would rather not jump on the most recent band wagon... what neighborhood is most like to the be the next big thing?
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Carolyn M
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I'm a native New Yorker, born and raised in Manhattan. So, I still prefer the borough of Manhattan. But, I have lived in Brooklyn - zip codes 11201 and 11216/the neighborhoods of Brookyn Heights and Bedford Stuyvesant (love the brownstones). You can thank Jay-Z and a host of hip-hop artists for calling out Brooklyn and making the borough so popular. In my humble opinion, the next neighborhood to shine in Brooklyn is the Greenpoint/Williamsburg neighborhood (zip 11211). Beautiful, spanking new luxury waterfront condos overlook the North Pier. Thinking about buying one myself! A whole lot less expensive than anything you can buy once you cross the Bklyn Bridge into Manhattan. If you live in Brooklyn and work in Manhattan, you'll get use to the commute. Not cheap to live in NYC, but I'll take it any day over the smaller towns and cities I've lived in over the years. Lived in DC when I was going to school; Georgetown's a great neighborhood, but you'll find rival neighborhoods in The Big Apple.
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As with anything else, location is quite personal and relative. Likely, you may've heard this from Kings County/Brooklyn residents. Those who live in The Bronx or Staten Island or Queens will tell you that their borough is the favorite/best - folks tend to get rather territorial and competitive with "their boroughs/homes", and provide understandably biased information. YOU'RE the one who must make the determination on this because all of NYC/5 Boroughs have much to offer; it's all dependent upon what it is you are in search of. Kings/Brooklyn is QUITE large, as is Queens, which contains two major airports - JFK & LaGuardia, not to mention the borough with the most cemetaries due to its large geographic area; and there's much to consider when taking on "what you've heard" as opposed to doing the foot-work/research for yourself. Most people who do NOT reside here have varying views about NYC & New Yorkers; I have found, either you love it or hate it, there's generally no "Mr. In Between"
If I may also say that, ANY place within NYC can be "hip"; but one thing's for sure: NYC possesses the OLDEST and most extensive transportation system in the country if not the world and getting around will prove a literal non-issue - but you can find yourself traveling from borough to borough with large time spans; up to an hour & 1/2 depending upon your residence and wherever it is your commuting. NYC is also known for its exhorbitant prices, for practically any and everything, rents topping the list. So, when in search, it's probably best to speak to an unbiased yet knowledgeable party -- like an informed real estate agent.
Personally, Manhattan North/Harlem is up and coming and has wonderful historical background; many Yuppies are grabbing up the property - in addition to them getting in on "the grund floor" in the South Bronx. In another 10 years, they'll be "the places" to reside, due to their centrally located locations.

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Carolyn M
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Hello Robin,
I simply didn't mention the other boroughs because Mr. Pope's query was about Brooklyn. I know a little something about all the 5 boroughs; grew up in NYC when it only cost a nickel to ride the bus and subway. I expressed my humble opinion about Brooklyn because I lived in 2 neighborhoods in the borough, took my kids to school in Park Slope when they were toddlers and visited family in Crown Heights, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Bed Stuy, Flatbush and Brownsville. I know the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to Brooklyn and the other 4 boroughs because I had family living in all 5. Needless to say, if you get too far out in any of the boroughs, your commute to a job in Manhattan or anywhere within the city limits, can be beyond onerous. So, just because NYC has the most extensive transportation system in the country, you really need to watch where you live because you won't be able to get anywhere in that proverbial "New York minute" if you live way out in any of the boroughs. Even if you live in Washington Heights in Manhattan and work in Manhattan, it can take you an hour to get to work on the A-Train. It's no fun standing on the subway everyday all the way from Parkchester in The Bronx to midtown or downtown Manhattan; many people even have to take a bus to get to the subway in the other boroughs too. I am a biased writer because I feel that NYC is the greatest city in the world, but I am also very knowledgable when it comes to NYC. In my humble opinion, a real native New Yorker (I grew up in Harlem too before gentrification) knows alot more than the average real estate agent who did not grow up in the city that's just trying to earn a commission on a ridiculously high rental in Tribeca, Harlem Heights or SoHo. I agree that every borough has neighborhoods that are "up and coming", but, at this juncture, until they're totally gentrified, you have to walk through streets still suffering from urban blight and crime just to get to the subway in the morning. You may have moved to NYC from out of state and purchased a $500,000 condo (ground floor opportunity) in an up and coming neighborhood in The Big Apple only to witness one too many incidents of local criminal activity. For the most part, NYC has always changed for the better, but it takes time. After all, 42nd Street is not the cesspool of peep-show #@!& movies and crime that it used to be when I was kid growing up in the city. Now it's a strip for tourists. Getting back to the original question, you will probably get more space for your dollar in Brooklyn than you'll get in Manhattan unless you're wealthy enough to buy a Park, Madison or Fifth Avenue co-op. No joke! As my mother always said, "we're all living in broom closets here!" I live in Texas now. And everything is bigger here! Best regards . . .

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zeni ponseca
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carolyn,
I read your entry about Brooklyn. My daughter lives/renting there now and she told me she is planning to buy her apartment in Brooklyn(11211) sHE GREW UP IN souther california but she loves New York. She has an outstanding job there,good money and so forth. Is it a good investment reall? I am her Mom and I am helping her with her down payment. I live in San Diego

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Carolyn M
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Hello Zeni - Wow! I haven't checked out HotPads in awhile. I really tried to narrowly focus on Brooklyn when I made my original post. So, consequently, I did not discuss the other boroughs in depth, only mentioning Manhattan because that's where I was born and raised. Mr. Pope specifically asked a question about Brooklyn. There are some zip codes in Brooklyn that I would not invest in because they're not the great neighborhoods they used to be. However, I don't believe you can lose in the real estate game if you buy in zip code 11211. There's alot of gentrification going on in Brooklyn. Depending on who you talk to, that's a good and bad thing. Wishing your daughter all the best in The Big Apple!

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My parent are immigrants, my uncle too, he bought a 1 bedroom co-op in Kew Garden Hills for $55,000 back in 2001; two years later it was worth $95,000; my parents bought from my uncle for closer to $60,000 (bc we're family); now bc we updated the kitchen, and cut off the living room to get second bedroom, that apartment is probably worth $155,000! When the bubble burst; my parents's co-op was still worth right under $140,000! YES IT'S THE BEST INVESTMENT EVER! They pay less mortgage than my boyfriend was paying for a 1 bedroom (shared apartment) He paid $700 per month for a 4 feet by 8 feet room! My parent's mortgage is lightly over $400; and the co-op fees are around $300... I live out of state, and I am planning on buying a home there! LOVE NEW YORK!

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bensonhurst, bath beach, dyker heights, bay ridge are among the best areas in brooklyn, zip code 11214 is the most convinient, many NYC rentals are moving in zip code 11214, a bit longer commute, but cheaper rentals than NYC or park slope.

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Manhattan, especially Murray Hill. For any apartment in NYC please e-mail me at jlerner@pp-nyc.com or call 212.481.2002

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angela nunez
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Too late, Walliamsburg is hipster land, mainly for all the Art oriented schools there... it's rather expensive, I say the next next thing is somewhere in Queens along the 7 or the E train.

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New York's best kept secret is Bay Ridge. It gives you just enough breathing space (being 50% plus surrounded by water)
to feel suburban yet still transcend part of Manhattan's electricity.
Hip, no...cool, yes.
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Gerard splendore
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Have lived in Bay Ridge for almost 7 years now and couldn't agree more! I love it! When I first moved from Brooklyn Heights, after 20 years looking at the Brooklyn Bridge, I felt like I had moved to Nebraska or Santa Fe, NM, but now love it.

John, not only are you a great piano player, but you also know your 'hood. I just sold a two family house in Bay Ridge and I have a Doctor's office I am renting and a very reasonalby priced one bedroom apartment.

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I agree. Bay ridge is nice place to live. It does have some clubs and bars on 3rd Avenue between 73 to 85 Street. However, you should check out the areas for yourself as there can be a flood of real esate agents that trying to make a quick buck. I am an agent myself.

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I agree. There are still some shady parts of Bay Ridge. But for those who can't afford Williamsburg, Bay Ridge is the next best thing.

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Steve Elving
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Bayridge has a new nickname its called bayrute now the hayday of bayridge is over since they found a sleeper cell right on 4th and 75th street

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Dio Olin
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John sssh dont tell anyywayfar from thecity no free wifi all over please no Hipster yuppie invasion to kill the area and raise the rent Let them move to DITMAS park they will be happier there anyway!!!!

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Betty J
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Honestly Greenpoint's pretty trendy. Lots of great nightlife that coexists with a great residential community for families. http://nabewise.com a fantastic neighborhood info and ranking site, has ranked it along with the likes of Soho and the Meatpacking district as some of the trendiest places in New York!

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The best place to find a great apt & have a cool upcoming neighborhood is Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It's next to Williamsburg (super trendy & expensive!) Greenpoint has a cool neighborhood vibe, is affordable (for NOW - it's been listed in the Top 5 upcoming neighborhoods in NYC recently) & is a walk to Williamsburg & 1 stop away from 42nd St & Grand Central on the "7" train & close enough to the "L" that it's a nice walk through McCarren Park.
Huge Polish prescence but 1/2 is 20's - 40's artists and musicians & laid back people. I've lived here for over 20 years! It's GREAT!! Great bars, restaurants & music.

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Honestly you asked about BROOKLYN so here it is, Fort Greene, Park Slope, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant (especially towards the end of Bed-Stuy beginning Clinton Hills), Prospect Heights, DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Boreum Hill are all up and coming. Some are already established neighborhoods but will continue to flourish with the Barclay Center Stadium, several Hotels, National retail chains and restaurants, As well as new open spaces, Condos, Co-ops, and Homes. Also those neighborhoods provide easy access into Manhattan, trains 5 mins/ 1 stop there. Various Subways/trains and buses in the area, Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, 15-20 minutes to New Jersey. You can also walk over the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan. These areas will be the place to be in Brooklyn. Yes William-burg and Green-point are up and coming but still have a way to go. I hope this helps! Research those areas it will also give you an idea of what the above neighborhoods will look like in the next 2 to 4 years.
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GINA COPPOLA
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:) you know your Brooklyn Neighborhoods.

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angela nunez
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Defensively Clinton Hill!

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Actually, people like you are ruining Brooklyn. We can't afford it because you want to make it "Hip," but we are the ones that make it "hip," and you keep pushing us out, so in truth, you'll never live in a "hip" neighborhood. Because anyone who is worth being around will keep leaving you.
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Dio Olin
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you are so right Joseph
Tenants are being evicted greedy landlord
Cheap renovations,in OLD pre war apts =old plumbing and electicty
then high rents for all including US and then the stores renovate stock organic beer whatever and allthere prices for everything and super markets go up in Long time mom andpop stores forced to close due to insane rents replaced by cafes wifi all over. They all end up getting mugged there homes robbed find out gee my nieghbors a drug dealer hey they sell crack in the laundry, hipster yuppies atrack crime They likked manhatan owntown were I lived so very longtill this creepy landlord took me to court for over ayear to get me outof my loft Evntually BERNIE SHAPIRO the millionair whod show up in old clothes and a plastic tote bag with his papers his big OH POOR ME act who owned huge office building up anddown midtwopn manhatan and everywhere He got me out I went back 6 months later It was turned into a duplex renovated apt 8 times my rent. Of course they were out of townies who moved in I had the place for a long time rent stabelized my rent 250 a month!!! So back to brooklyn in a family area I wont mention in fear of invasion!!!!

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angela nunez
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gentrification Yeahp, it's called Gentrification ... and as bad as it's for many families; there are also good aspects, as in, lower crime rates, better schools, (aka higher taxes)... etc... nothing is white or black (no ethnic innuendo), but it's more of a gray area.

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Stop listening to RE agents. They want to make money and tell you the more expensive areas are the "hip" areas. Not true. The biggest secret in Brooklyn is Bay Ridge. It's a safe and cool area. Some of the best restaurants in NYC and shopping (original Century21). Great parks, a very long bike path along the water. Transportation to Manhattan is good. 40 min to grand central by subway, 15 min to lower Manhattan by bus. Yes 15 min!
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Quick question. I've lived in Bay Ridge and worked there for a little while. What bus takes you to lower Manhattan from there? I'm just asking because although I've been a New Yorker my entire life, I've never been a bus rider (I'm a subway kid). I have friends who live in Bay Ridge still. I would love to share this secret with them. OH, and by the way, I'm a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson. I don't chase people's money in rentals. I am actually pro-renter. I try my very best to work with tenants to find them no fee apartments. I think it is very unfair that landlords ask us to run background checks, credit checks, employment verification, banking history collection, rental history, blah, blah, and ask everything except the color of the applicant's underwear, and then expect us to collect a full fee from the renter. When a landlord expects me to put a potential tenant through this type of process, I ask the landlord for the fee. Not all of us real estate professionals are willing to lie about neighborhoods just to take a person's money. For example, I would never put a New York rookie in a neighborhood like Bushwick, East NY, East Flatbush or Bedstuy just to collect a commission. I love Bay Ridge and I love Bensonhurst, Brighton, Manhattan Beach, etc. But when a person is asking for hip, they don't usually want the serenity and safety of these GREAT neighborhoods. People who use the word "hip" when searching for an apartment or property are looking for the busy nightlife of neighborhoods like Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick, Dumbo, etc. My job is to be a matchmaker. I find the right property to fulfill my client's emotional, financial, functional and operational needs. Me myself, I'm NOT looking for hip so I agree with you. I am looking for safe, clean, quiet, respectful, residential living. I currently live in Ridgewood, Queens but I'm considering purchasing a home in either Bay Ridge or Benshonhurst. Gotta get back to my Brooklyn roots!

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Anabel Marquez
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I hear Red Hook in Brooklyn is bound to be the next hip place to live. You should secure some property there and move in before it's too late. Also check out Alphabet City, great place for the young and hip who've just moved to NYC.

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Being that I have lived in NYC since I was born (I now live in charlotte, NC) I think it is best if you go and take a look for yourself. I used to live in the Bronx. NYC is just expensive no matter where you will move to. Everyone has their own opinion of NYC. So I think you should go and stay for a couple of days and walk around, take the subway and buses and see what area you like the most that fits your personality. Good Luck

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I rent out apartments in williamsburg and the surrounding neighborhood for the past 2 years, and I really think the most (truly) upcoming neighborhood I've personally seen is Bed-Stuy.

I lived there when I first moved to NY, and there was one cafe that the few white people brave enough to live there would flock to, and all my friends would get robbed at the hostel I lived at. Now, rents still cheap as hell but in just a year there are now multiple bars, cafes, and hipsters everywhere!

Though bushwick is coming along as well, it's still mainly artist lofts that are causing any change, whereas bedstuy has the brownstones and lofts but it's more residential, less industrial.

Greenpoint has it's bars and cafes and things to do, but I haven't seen it developing too much at all except for the nasty condos on the Park, which is still pretty much Williamsburg anyway. Greenpoint is just as expensive as Williamsburg, ($2500 for a 1br lux apt) and theres too many old Polish people still dominating the population for there to be a lot of new stuff going up.

To be entirely fair, Bed-stuy is developing the most on the border of Clinton Hill, and it will take a while to spread out to deep Bed-Stuy. But if you want cheap rent and to be a part of a neighborhood you can actually see change before your eyes, it's worth looking into.
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Clara Correa
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oh those brave white people *rolling my eyes* seriously???

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I would say Downtown Brooklyn, there are new condominiums there. The next hipster Brooklyn neighborhood would definitely have to Bedford / Clinton Hills. They are building up the neighborhood and hipsters are moving in. This area is known for their great duplex apartments at reasonable prices.

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Anyone who thinks Manhattan is THE only hip place is obviously a transplant or over 65. Only transplants talk about bridge and tunnel people, and people over 65 have lived in Manhattan during the time when Manhattan was the only hip place to be. You can still find a hip corner or 2 in Manhattan, but it's become so over gentrified and "Gaped" it's really hard to find unique and artistic, undeveloped areas. There are plenty of places in Brooklyn that are hip and have been for a while. Though there is still no Gap in Park Slope and it is a great place to live, it's a real family neighborhood and has been popular for a while now. To me, hip is up and coming, where the pilgrims still want the "yuppies" to stay away. Usually areas discovered by artists and/or homosexuals. Kind of like Williamsburg 12 or more years ago. I say parts of the Bronx (look for artist schools), in Brooklyn - BedSty, Bushwick, parts of Prospect Heights, and an area down Flatbush Ave. near Brooklyn College, and even some places in Queens. Of course Long Island City, but I believe it may be overdeveloped by now. I can't recall the other Queens neighborhood where artists are moving to. I want to say Astoria or Flushing. Anybody have input on this?

Anyway, I agree that you should check out each area yourself and stay 2 nights if you can. I'd love to hear what you find if you do it. Best of luck.

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Do not move to Far Rockaway. Unless you have a car or want to commute two hour to Manhattan then I would not recommend it. If you want to buy a vacation residence there--okay. The commute by train into the city is brutal. If you can afford the LIRR everyday, then fine.
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true, the best alternative to it is coney island, the only beach closer than 40 min from the city. it's developing, they building hotels and new condos, too.

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In 1953 I was born in Brooklyn on a little street called Cheever Place. 31 to be exact & I even remember my Tel # Main 5-2551. When a place is so great that you remember it for 57 years that's saying something. My advice to you is park your car at Court St. & Altantic Avenune and walk toward Hamilton ave. (ask anyone they will direct you) Check out the atmosphere, the people, the shops, the food ooooooh the food & don't forget the bakeries (Court Pastry a must try). If you can go to Smith St. between Union & Degraw & check out Vinny's Best Italian food in Brooklyn. While your doing all of that you will find out that this part of Brooklyn (which is now called Cobbil Hill, Carroll Gardens, Park Slope take your pick) was, is and always will be the BIG THING. I think it's because Big Things that are Great always stay quiet. See for yourself. The Best of everything is in BROOKLYN & I wish you the best of everything.
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Weissman Realty Group is advertising The Sand Castle in Far Rockaway as the next exciting place to live. Far Rockaway and the Five Towns are about an hour outside of Manhattan but easily accessible by car or public transportation. It's a growing area, with shops, restaurants, and parks. The Sand Castle is steps from the beach - believe it! The apartments have hardwood floors, big windows, fully-equipped kitchens, cable and internet connectivity, and generous closet space. Some of them have balconies and gorgeous ocean views. The building also has a gym, gourmet market, beauty salon, pharmacy, security guards, and laundry facilities. Studios start at $950, and 1 Bedroom apartments start at $1300.
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Carolyn M
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I read your post with interest. The starting price for large studios and 1 bedroom apartments in Manhattan and more upscale neighborhoods in Brooklyn is also approximately $1,300 plus a month. I believe the difference will come down to square footage, neighborhood exclusivity and convenience. You could very well be living in a broom closet in Manhattan for $1,300 a month.:-) Also, Far Rockaway is actually in the borough of Queens. It has long been serviced by the A Train (IND Line) as well as the LIRR. So, in a pinch, residents of Far Rockaway have both options if they commute to Manhattan for work. But, on the real side, getting from Far Rockaway to Manhattan is a serious train trek. The Sand Castle apartments do sound very nice, and if they're big and part of an up and coming community, they would be a bargain.

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I lived in downtown for 6yrs. It was becoming hip when I left for CT. I have been back a few times and it is great! Try to get into a rent stabalized unit which will keep the price down. red hook is awful and alphabet city has always been known to me as a drug area. I don't know if that has changed much. Thompson sq park is called needle park b/c of all the iv drug users. Be careful. But downtown has had a revitalization of stores, young artist etc.
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first of all it,s Thompkin's Square park. Bryant park was the park your referring to as "needle park". It hasn't been called that since the 70's. Are you sure you lived in ny. NYC is not the drug mess it used to be.

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Actually, it's Tompkins Square Park (no "h" and no apostrophe), and he is right about the drugs there in the 80s. Tompkins was notorious for its heroin use during that era. Back then, it was an epicenter for much drug use. They also had the notorious riot back in '88 when the police clashed with homeless people and bystanders -- in fact, they still celebrate both the drug reputation and the riot every summer during the "Riot Reunion".
But you are right that i has been much changed for at least 2 decades - Tompkins is relatively much safer and much more hip now, with families moving in and younger professional as well. It's just quite difficult to find apartments that will allow you space unless you're willing to pay upward of 1,800 for a 1 bdrm, or so.
And yes, Needle Park is Bryant Park. But funnily enough, the Pacino film "The Panic in Needle Park" is based on Sherman Square on Broadway and 70th. And to add to that confusion, some addicts also refer to Union Square (see the indie film "Union Square") as Needle Park. So basically, any park that people used to frequent for heroin use was labeled a Needle Park.

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I currently live in sheepshead bay Brooklyn and i travel often to my hometown of virginia beach virginia. I love Brooklyn and especially sheepshead bay!! Brooklyn Heights and williamsburg are great places as well. Manhattan is nice but to live there is so crazy, no parking and its super congested. At least in brooklyn you have the beach and long Island. Go to sheepshead bay :).
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Although I do not live in Brookyn (but in Brooklyn almost every weekend) - I do agree with Sheana. Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn is nice. Friendly people! Places to park! Social spots! Open late! Love it.

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I hear Bedford Stuyvesant is the new Harlem. Could hardly believe it when I heard it, but my sister who has been a real estate agent for some years confirmed it. My wife now wants to move there.
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The new Harlem? isn't that a bad thing? if so, why would your wife want to move there? just curious.

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Queens is a deal, close to manhattan and way cheaper. You can purchase a 1bdrm condo in Sunnyside not co-op for 280k. If you are interested please call me at 917-975-5566 I also have a super large 1bdrm co-op in Rego Park Asking 229k. Check out my site www.QueensNYPads.com
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Im a native of Bergen County NJ. A skip to NYC.
Most recent I find a trend moving toward PA...The Pocono area. Low Taxes are bringing many companies to the area, Amazon, a division is now in Hazelton PA. Natural Gas has been found in PA Poconos area. After a great search we found this beautiful town called White Haven.
Its exit 273 off rt.80, the Susquehanna River is beautiful and it seems to be just within reach of all the commercialized areas and theatre districts.
This Beautiful Town has a great dealto offer it is our next pick! White Haven PA 18661 The next Big thing!

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I lived for last two years in Bed Stuy and rent a spacious two bedroom for under $1300. A lots of buildings are built here recently and young professionals are moving in to the neighborhood. This place located on south of Greenpoint and Williamsburg. I takes only 4 stop with subway to Green point
here you have access to Brooklyn Heights and Fort Green,
Boreum Hill with great restaurants and shops and places.

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If you are moving to NYC you have to look at Manhattan. If you don't, your just not moving to NYC. Try Hamilton Heights. Its on its way up and it is (not just going to be) the next big thing.
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hamilton hts is already there and very expensive. loved it there.

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angela nunez
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Gentrification :( YOU ARE TAKING OUR HEIGHTS AWAY! lol

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well, if you're in the 1990's, then yes. it's 2013, today manhattan is the face of new york city but it's not the body.

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Truly New York City has the most diversified neighborhoods of the world. But, we all have to remember we have at one point in time in our lifes moved to a burrough of NYC. I did the very same having lived in Brooklyn, Queens, and moving west to West New York, Union City, NJ to now living in beautiful Portland, OR. There are times I miss NYC but not the headaches of over 8.2 million people. Do you want peace in your life and flexibility the true qualities to living? Move to Portland, OR! This city is the next big thing!

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If you really want to be able see a neighborhood in change and experience a piece of real hip NYC checkout South Western Bed Stuy. Bed Stuy has bragging rights, it's still rough around the edges but look deeper and you'll find it's becoming one of the hottest creative neighborhoods in the city. In the last two years I have seen the place explode with new businesses! (considering there wasn't much before) Now there is everything: Thai, Indian, Fllipino, Italian, Southern, Soul Food, BBQ, brunch, cafes, pizza, etc. Anchored by the renown art school Pratt Institute in the North and extensive breathe taking blocks of Brownstones in the South it's quickly becoming the next neighborhood. Looking for the sweet spot I would suggest: Streets North of Fulton and Nostrand Avenue such as Macon, Halsey, Hancock, Jefferson, Verona Place and Arlington Place. These blocks have a high concentration of beautiful architecture, friendly neighbors and quick access to Manhattan in the Nostrand Avenue A train, which is 15 minutes to the Financial district or 30 minutes to Midtown. There is also an abundance of shops along Fulton although some less desirable than others and new hip places opening such as Voudoo Bar on Halsey and Nostrand Ave. and Peaches Hot House on Tompkins and Hancock. The best doughnuts in NYC are in Bed Stuy at Dough they are light as air and come in intriguing flavors like hibiscus. "Do or Dine" just opened by four artist's turned culinary entrepreneurs, they have a sweet mural in the back and killer food. Also the Daily Press is quaint cafe at Franklin and Fulton if your looking for some excellent coffee.

See Yelp for the hottest everything locator (food, bars, art etc...)
You can see most of the best places are located in the South and West part of the hood:
http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=&find_loc=Bedford+Stuyvesant%2C+Brooklyn%2C+NY#bbox=-73.96459579467773,40.67198047947061,-73.93876075744629,40.68831821478072

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Tamara Porras
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Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, and Canarsie! All of the cool trendy people have bikes, so it doesn't matter.

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i'd look into Ridgewood, Queens. Borderlilne of Bushwick yet much nicer & still affordable. L to M train puts you in Manhattan in 20 minutes & it's become hipster, so in a very short time it will become unaffordable.........

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Bushwick is up-and-coming. The Morgan, Jefferson, and De Kalb stops along the L are attracting tons of young professionals and students to the area, making it one of New York's newest trendy areas. Since I moved out here last summer, a wine bar, an organic grocery store, and a traditional Mexican restaurant (with burritos that cost more than most places in Manhattan!!!) have all opened. I'm headed to NYU for my second master's next year, so I'm moving out of my awesome loft and into a 2-bedroom down the street, but I knew I wanted to stay right off the Jefferson stop!

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*Williamsburg

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Mariam Saian
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SUNNYSIDE, Queens, is the best neighborhood! Recently ranked 3rd best place to live in New York, in a year long survey by the NY TIMES.

It is a very safe, friendly, community oriented neighborhood, full of all kinds of conveniences and near all public transportation. The entire neighborhood is 6 blocks by 10 blocks and everyone is approximately 3 blocks from the subway, and approx 1 block from nearest shops. And with only 4 stops to Central Park, 5 stops to Grand Central, 6 to Union Square, and 7 to Time Square, you couldn't ask for a better neighborhood with such conveniences.

The demographic of the neighborhood is basically made up of locals and immigrants, lots of families and young professionals. Pet friendly neighborhood, with many characteristics and a very international cultural influence.

This is definitely a place to check out!

Thanks for reading :)

And if you're ever interested in apartments in this area, don't hesitate to e-mail @ nyclives@yahoo.com

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Meg Lineback
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I'm a native NYer, the Bronx to be exact and I live in Oregon. I went to Petersburg, Alaska first then ended up in Tillamook, Oregon. Don't choose this place, there's nothing here. Oh and I've only been to Brooklyn once in my life.

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Williamsburg is the place.

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Definitely Bedstuy, Bushwick & Crown Heights. At Massada Home Sales we focus on Brooklyn Homes for Sales. Check out our Brooklyn Listings www.massada.com

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Dio Olin
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if thats what u want expect 2live in a overpriced cheaply renovated apt that former tenat was evicted from over priced shopping mostly cafes&e xpect a alotof robbery murder&crime All these so called HIP areas Rin or surrounded by high crime area Personal experiance & watching the news on Cable the Brooklyn news these areas r on ALL THE TIME 1cafe owner was kiddnapped& murdered several mugged and beaten so badly they were sent 2 A hospital the 3 I personally knew aLL had skull fractures the LES ids the same 4 out of Towners lots of shootings murders Crack heads dealing in public and your nieghbors! mugging all the time I AM from BRooklyn I know NYC very well I am talking expericance GettingMuggedwont make u feel like an offical NY'er as 1 idiot said wait till they get raped/apt robbed in the day IM LEAVING take my hole inthe wall BTW prewar means OLD old plumbing electic=fires weird water ceilingleaking bed bugs2 in these areas

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depending on what u have to spend and what kind of neighborhood your looking for I would have to say Park slope is the righ move. I lived there for 29 years and they were the best years of my life. Friendly people who mind their business, great restaraunts, awesome schools and accessable to everything. Park slope would be my move if I could afford it. oh and alot of stars live here as well they stroll in the neighborhood like nothing, that's how laid back it is. hope this helped you
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Dio Olin
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and very VERY! expensive!!!!
still has alot of crime from surrounding areas in parts of the slope I am a born and bred brooklyn person
Thiugh I do belong to the co op on union street

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Mike Mertz
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Prospect-Lefferts Garden is another up and coming neighborhood in Brooklyn. Easy to the city and a few blocks from Prospect Park.

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angela willey
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harlem, baby. great deals, great space, great history. looking for an apt. email angela@absolutepropertiesnyc.com.

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excuse me, but too escape the trend and live in the grind; look to Weehawken, exhilarating real, non pretentious.

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Park Slope. Eclectic neighborhood, nice restraunts.

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I agree with the reply from Ms Marshall. Being not only a native NYer as well as a former realtor (20+s yrs) I have seen many changes in areas never thought to be prime area. Williamsburg is definitly one, as well as the "Red Hook" area of Brooklyn. It is near the peir, a once thriving water way has reopened, with great veiw of the "liberty Island". Enjoy your search

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George L. Rosario
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Bushwick, Brooklyn is quickly becoming the hip place to be. Of course Williamsburg, Greenpoint, East Williamsburg, Park Slope, Dumbo and other neighborhoods are fast becoming better and more desirable than Manhattan (hard to believe but SOOOOO true). Don't sleep on some Queens neighborhoods though. With some neighborhoods' proximity to the city (Astoria, Ridgewood, Long Island City, Glendale, Middle Village, etc.), Queens is seeing a huge gentrification as well. Things are changing so rapidly that some New Yorkers who left us 5 years ago are returning to a completely changed world! Why are you asking about our neighborhoods? Are you interested in buying or investing over here? I hear San Francisco is a great place to be as well. Let's swap stories and tips.

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My brother and his wife live in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. It has the highest concentration of creative people in the greater NYC area. I can't recall where my sister-in-law works, but my brother is with Ogilvy & Mather.

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Simply put. Bushwick. You want an easy commute to the city, without the price tag. Williamsburg has gotten just as expensive, if not more in some cases than Manhattan. Why not go a few extra stops on the L train. There are plenty of apartments that are comparable to what is available in Williamsburg, for almost half the price, and what does it really mean to you? An extra 5, maybe 10 minutes on the train.

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Wallabout Brooklyn is an awesome neighborhood and I have been so happy living here. Since 1988, I have lived all over Manhattan and several Brooklyn neighborhoods and this place is amazing. We are right on the NY Greenway bike path, next to the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Steiner Movie Studios and have a very strong artist community. SONYA (South of Navy Yard Artist Organization) is here, the restaurants are incredible and Fort Greene Park is just a few blocks away. I live in The Chocolate Factory Lofts which is rent stabilized and has everything including an organic market, deck, garage, spa, laundry, restaurant, storage...heaven!
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How much does your apartment cost? They look very nice.

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Dio Olin
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Stay where you are your better off HONESTLY! stay where you are...
whats the HIP concern? so called HIP gentrified areas in NYYC brooklyn are high crime areas surrounded by VERY dangerous areas
want to trade?

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DITMAS PARK between 19ave and coney island ave Q 7 B trains
being invaded by hipsters out of towners dontgo past alberme or church ave not yet
the whole areas WIFIed 2 health food supermarkets tons of resturants night life cafes like crazy! Weekly farmers market
A friend moved and came back 4 months later and exclaimed I cant believe how much its still changing but faster More out of towner hipsters and places and in other words as many wont say MORE WHITE PEOPLE and Gays .They who moved lived in DITMAS park for 10 years and couldntbelieve how fast in 4 months it continued at a faster rate to change. Lots of dog owners all over the ave on courtelyou almost smells like coffee they are also constantly filming moviees and HBO series Sophies choice and (parts of ) Malcom X were filmed here I was infrount of my home and trailers everywhere I was walking my dog and TINA FEY and Lilly Tomlin filming a movie walked over to see my dog who is very cute boardwalk empire all the LAW and ORDERS the Soparanos music videos lot of filming Its weird to be going to the store and walking towards you is Chris Rock or Bette Midler & You name it its also a HISTORICAL area georgoues vitorian homes formly owned by big company owners like HELMANS to actress Mary Pickford is near flatbush and theres always people moving in all the time I see the moving trucks and the garbage is ful lof pottery barn cartons IKEA TRader Joes WHOLEFOODS and the like 10-12 minutes to downtown 2 stops more to UNION SQUARE PARK in the west village busses everywhere there to go eastwest uptown
DITMAS PARK new storescafes resturants opening constantly YOU
still can get a 1 decent sized bedroom for 1,00 with heat and hot water included, there are doormen buildings and duplexes as well , better hurry befor rents get higher quick bus to one shopping duplex with HOME GOODS and TARGET near brooklyn collage and q trin to atlanticave BARCLY CENTER TERMINAL Shopping mall has EVEY kind of store and PATHMARK supermarkets its also near a TRADER JOES. Youd prorably be in heaven in the DITMASPARK area

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Brooklyn is not up and coming, is here! ... I would say check out some Queen areas. If you are looking for "hip" as in Hipster, checkout the West side of Brooklyn, meaning any area that is not farther than 3 stops away by any of their trains from downtown.

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I lived in Brooklyn til I was 9, in Flatbush.
Great area, friendly people....but not as much fresh air and new buildings as where I moved to....LITTLE NECK, QUEENS, NY. Newer area....but it's grown! Assemblyman Weprin has his office in this country-like setting, and no wonder! It has everything Manhattan has...except the prestige, the prices, & the pollution! A few "McMansions" are there already...but it's still mostly middle-class, with 2-3 storey garden apartments/ condos predominating. If you don't mind an approximate 40 minute-1 hour car commute to Manhattan, it's ideal! Seniors like it too, as it's now also a NORC - naturally occurring retirement community - so seniors get special info & services, if needed. The next great place in NY, if you ask me. (I moved to Denver in 2005...WORST decision of my life : (

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I have a great friend that is selling his place in Brooklyn. It is a really cool place. Let me know if you are interested. Terry Hunt-Costacos
775-848-3346 North Shore of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, NV

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Thank you for the post! When I was looking for a place to rent I found Cheap Bergen County Apartments for Rent

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Brooklyn has 3.6 million people and has every type of neighborhood you could ask for. To locate an area which you will enjoy living in you should seek a Realestate professional.If you are looking at the downtown brooklyn area Boreum hill,Carroll Gardens, Cobble hill, or to those who live there its called Bococa. I used a Honest, Knowledgeable broker from prudential douglas elliman her name was Imma Giocoli you should try contacting her.

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Bayside!

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Bayside, Queens. Great place and a lot cheaper then Manhatten! Very convenient location!

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Bushwick Brooklyn is an up and coming area in which you can get alot for your money there. We are selling a legal 3 family with central A/C and heat everything was gutted in 2007, for only $489,000. Where else in brooklyn can that be possible?

1239A Putnam Ave, Bushwick NY 11212

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I've lived in Brooklyn practically my entire life...(well, not exactly lol) but honestly my city is becoming a well known scene, and thank God in a positive artsy way. So yes, it really is, but i must admit, the pricing for the apartments to live especially in park slope is ridiculous at times. The biggest neighborhood, I know being called, is usually park slope, Greenpoint, williamsburg, and sheepshead Bay.

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Astoria, Queens, NY.

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The hottest neighborhoods is in Brooklyn. Dumbo, Williamsburg, Red Hook and of course Park Slope. Brooklyn is the new Manhattan but a bit less expensive. Short ride to the city, lots of restaurants, shops, parks and other entertainment for night life. Come on over the bridge. You will not look back.

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Manhattan, especially Murray Hill. For any apartment in NYC please e-mail me at jlerner@pp-nyc.com or call 212.481.2002

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Yes I agree with Massada Home Sales Realtor, those are some really good neighborhoods, My parents bought this house http://www.massada.com/Cornelia-St-Bushwick-brooklyn-ny-11221.php/pid=37 in Bushwick and we love it very much.

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Unless you live near 4th avenue commuting from Bay Ridge is a nightmare. I live on Shore Road which is almost a mile away from the nearest subway. Door to door it takes me an hour and a half to get to manhattan and 30 minutes to get to my job that's IN Bay Ridge. Also when there are snow storms I can't get anywhere. But if you are near 4th ave, you can stomach the commute, or you have a car, Bay Ridge is a great place to live. The people are more laid back, friendlier and less pretentious than other parts of the city. My apartment is on the water front and I love it.

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