Downtown Brooklyn

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Downtown Brooklyn has always been considered the commercial center of the borough, filled with a wide variety of big-name department stores and smaller boutique shops. In recent years, the reputation of the neighborhood has changed, and while it is still known for its retail it is now also gaining popularity for its ever-growing residential options. New high-rises have sprouted up in Downtown Brooklyn bringing with them beautiful apartments just short subway rides from the heart of Manhattan as well as incredible amenities and beautiful city views. The new Downtown Brooklyn isn't just a place to shop, it's also an amazing place to live, and New Yorkers have begun to take notice of the changing face of this Brooklyn neighborhood.

Nearby Transportation

Jay Street - MetroTech Station

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Hoyt Street Station

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Downtown Brooklyn is within Brooklyn and bordered by Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Dumbo, Fort Greene, and Vinegar Hill.


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