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  • Prospect Heights

    Prospect Heights is perhaps the most versatile neighborhoods of Brooklyn, from Prospect Park, one of the largest public parks in the country, to the Brooklyn Museum, to...

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  • Clinton Hill

    The row-houses of Clinton Hill have attracted affluent professionals since the late 19th century.  In one of these row-houses, which still stands, Walt Whitman wrote...

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  • Fort Greene

    Wide, tree-lined streets of beautiful mid-18th century row houses are a staple of the housing stock in historically significant Fort Greene. Ft Putnam, from where Gen...

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  • Boerum Hill

    Boerum Hill has come to rival Tribeca, West Village, and Soho as the neighborhood where movie stars are most likely to be seen taking their dogs for a walk and grabbing a...

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  • Downtown Brooklyn

    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...

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  • Upper West Side

    The Upper West Side may very well be the cultural and academic epicenter of New York City. From Lincoln Center and The Museum of Natural History to The Julliard School,...

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  • West Village

    Perhaps no NYC neighborhood has had more of a direct influence on 20th century pop culture than the West Village. Known as ‘Little Bohemia’ as early as 1916, by 1938 the...

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  • Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village has conceived more progressive political movements than perhaps anywhere else in the world over the past 200 years. From the first Labor Day...

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  • Beekman Place / Sutton Place

    Midtown buyers covet Beekman Place and Sutton Place for their private and quiet tree-lined, one-way streets ending in cul-de-sacs along the East River, disallowing...

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