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The Brooklyn Bridge spans the East River between the Manhattan and Brooklyn. You'll see lots of joggers and photographers there.

Featured apartments in Brooklyn

Find apartments in Brooklyn, NY. Browse 6 townhouses, 83 apartments, 4 houses, 2 condos, and 6 flats with prices ranging from $690-$10,000. Browse apartments all across Brooklyn, on streets including Troy Avenue, Troutman Street, and Van Buren Street and in neighborhoods including Bushwick, Ocean Hill, and Fort Greene.

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3 beds available
, 3 BR
, 2 BA
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Aleph Living - 144 Ralph Ave - 5L

From $1,250/month • Brooklyn, New York

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6 beds available
, 6 BR
, 2 BA
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Jefferson Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,100/month • Brooklyn, New York

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2 beds available
, 2 BR
, 3 BA
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Beautifully designed apartment

From $1,150/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 4 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
4 beds available
, 4 BR
, 2 BA
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Saint Nicholas Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,500/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 5 bedroom Townhouse in Brooklyn
5 beds
, 5 BR
, 3.5 BA
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5BR 3Bath Sun Drenched Home w MULTIPLE Terraces

$6,667/month • Brooklyn, New York

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2 beds available
, 2 BR
, 1.5 BA
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Designed Williamsburg apartment

From $1,200/month • Brooklyn, New York

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1 bed available
, 1 BR
, 1 BA
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The South Williamsburg House

$1,650/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 2 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
4 beds available
, 2 BR
, 2 BA
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NEW - Spacious, Contemporary, Waterfront Housing

From $1,607/month • Brooklyn, New York

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3 beds available
, 3 BR
, 1 BA
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Aleph Living - 414 4th Ave - 2R

From $1,450/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 6 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
2 beds available
, 2 BR
, 2 BA
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The Irving House

From $1,690/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 3 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
3 beds available
, 3 BR
, 2 BA
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Aleph Living - 144 Ralph Ave - 5R

From $1,250/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 3 bedroom Apartment in Brooklyn
3 beds available
, 3 BR
, 1 BA
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Troutman St Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,500/month • Brooklyn, New York

Picture 1 of 4 bedroom Townhouse in Brooklyn
6 beds available
, 2 BR
, 2 BA
Townhouse

Spacious Shared 3pp Room in Cozy Townhouse

From $690/month • Brooklyn, New York

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4 beds available
, 4 BR
, 2 BA
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Maujer St Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,300/month • Brooklyn, New York

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3 beds available
, 3 BR
, 2 BA
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Troutman St Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,450/month • Brooklyn, New York

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4 beds available
, 4 BR
, 2 BA
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Troutman St Beautiful Shared Apartment

From $1,450/month • Brooklyn, New York

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Living in Brooklyn

As the most populous borough in New York City, Brooklyn is home to all sorts of people and neighborhoods, including many people who want to avoid Manhattan prices. There's hip art and food in Williamsburg and Bushwick, a business district in Downtown Brooklyn, mansions in Clinton Hill, and a small-town (yet evolving) feel in Bedford-Stuyvesant aka Bed-Stuy. And that’s just naming a few neighborhoods. Housing in Brooklyn is expensive, but a studio apartment in Brooklyn Heights might be the same price as a two-bedroom apartment in East New York.

Getting around

Brooklyn has access to NYC's public transportation system, so residents can take the subway to work in Manhattan or a friend’s house in Staten Island. It's easy to walk through the borough, and bikes and scooters are also popular. Few people own cars since parking is stressful here, and most of the city is accessible via other modes of transportation.

Weather

Brooklyn, like the rest of New York City, has four distinct seasons with hot summers, cold winters, and pleasant springs and falls. It rains a few days each month throughout the year and snows at least once each winter.

Top sights and attractions

Boathouse and lake at Prospect Park

Prospect Park

Located near the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Flatbush, Crown Heights, and Windsor Terrace, this city park covers 526 acres. It's the perfect place to walk, jog, or eat a picnic lunch. Along with miles of trails, there's a large lake, a boathouse, a small zoo, and a bandshell.

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