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Live In Brooklyn

03/27/2012, By


Brooklyn Living
arenoticing that ?or many luxury buyers andrenters, Brooklyn has evolved into a bor-ough o? choice rather than a second rate al-ternative. With abundant green spaces, in-novative top-notch restaurants, culturaldiversity, a ?ull-on social scene, ?antasticshopping and world-class entertainment,Brooklyn o?ers plenty to do and see. Many?ock to Brooklyn to capitalize on more spa-cious apartments and townhouses. Families?nd Brooklyn attractive ?or its communityatmosphere and strong schools. The reasonsthat buyers and renters choose Brooklyn vary greatly, but the majority seem to hint atan improved overall quality o? li?e.“The renovation boom o? the 60’s and70’s began in Brooklyn. Shelter magazineslike ‘Old House Journal’ were born as a re-sult o? Brownstone owners seeking to sharetheir renovation experience with others. Whether it is the draw o? the Ocean in andaround Coney Island and Brighton or theproximity to Manhattan ?or people living inBrooklyn Heights or DUMBO Brooklyn is adestination ?or many. As Brooklyn has be-come more popular, the price ?or Brooklynreal estate has risen,” explained MichaelGuerra, a long-time Brooklyn resident andPrudential Douglas Elliman’s Executive Vice President and Managing Director ?orBrooklyn.MNS, an ofcial alliance o? The Devel-opers Group and The Real Estate Group o? New York, reported a?ter the ?nal quarter o? 2011 that Brooklyn’s year over year mediansales price was up 15%. Brooklyn Heights’median sale price was up to $890K ?rom$738,000 and Williamsburg popular high-
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