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Since its 2004 re-zoning, perhaps no New York City neighborhood has undergone as radical a transformation as Downtown Brooklyn, having become the city’s third largest business distract, behind Midtown and Downtown Manhattan. As of the latest US census, around 53,604 call this area home and around 38% are homeowners. 307 homes have traded in the neighborhood in the past six months, at an average price of $1.39m / $1379 ppsf. There are currently 165 homes available for sale.
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