Brooklyn at a Glance
Borough Quick Facts
Population (2015): 2,637,000
City Size: 70 sq.mi. / 180 sq.km.
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BRP's Brooklyn, NY Real Estate Guide
As New York City's most populous area, Brooklyn features numerous local attractions, commuting and public transportation options, residential neighborhoods, ethnic shops and restaurants, and fun things to do. But beyond its connection with Manhattan, Brooklyn is known for its distinct, diverse culture.
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Living in Brooklyn
The Culture and Amenities
There is no shortage of exciting things to do in this New York City borough, from exploring Prospect Park and the Gateway National Recreation Area to cheering on your favorite team at the Barclays Center. Brooklyn is also home to several world-famous attractions and landmarks, including Coney Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the New York Aquarium.
Offering everything from established single-family homes to brand new condominiums, Brooklyn's real estate options are as diverse as the city itself.
Among the many neighborhoods that call Brooklyn home are Bedford-Stuyvesant (known for its 19th-century brownstones), Bensonhurst (close to the Dyker Beach Golf Course), and Brighton Beach (popular for its oceanfront location).