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Nestled on the waterfront between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge, DUMBO is one of New York City’s most sought-after neighborhoods with a rich history, lively art and tech scenes, access to 85 acres of riverfront park and some of the best views in the city. This dynamic hub combines big city benefits with the intimacy and quirkiness of a small neighborhood, all a short subway, bike or ferry ride from Manhattan and other Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Williamsburg was a hub of industrial, cultural, and economic growth with many major businesses, schools, banks, and factories. Today it is one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods and the epicenter of Brooklyn’s creative culture. Domino Park, built by Two Trees on the site of the former Domino Sugar Factory, has opened the waterfront to the public and the neighborhood’s mix of artistic energy, exciting restaurants and unique retail shops make it one of the city’s most desirable places to live and work.
Historically, downtown Brooklyn had been a commercial and civic center. However, in the past decade the area has become more residential, attracting people with its rich cultural institutions, parks and lively atmosphere.
Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill are vibrant neighborhoods with an old time feel, within bustling New York City. Brooklyn Heights remains one of the most coveted places to live in the city with easy access to multiple playgrounds, dog runs, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park and beautiful cobblestone, tree-lined streets. Cobble Hill, just across Atlantic Avenue, retains the same close-knit neighborhood feeling with small boutiques, family run restaurants and eclectic coffee shops. Both neighborhoods are only one quick subway stop away from Manhattan.
Hell’s Kitchen, also known as “Clinton” and “Midtown West,” is situated along the Hudson River on Manhattan’s West Side. Close to the world’s most celebrated theater district, Lincoln Center, Central Park, Columbus Circle, Hudson Yards and Times Square, Hell’s Kitchen brings together the best of all worlds — from Broadway shows, to symphonies, to shopping at Columbus Circle.