Brooklyn is the most populated and second largest in terms of land area of the five boroughs of New York City. Brooklyn has long embodied the great diversity of culture from all over the world. It has always played a major role in America's literature, cinema, and theater.
Originally known as Brooklyn Village, it is one of the most beautiful residential areas of Brooklyn.
A former manufacturing enclave on the Brooklyn Waterfront, DUMBO is home to both artists and entrepreneurs.
Named after Clinton Avenue, which honors former New York Governor Dewitt Clinton, this neighborhood is home to Pratt Institute and a eclectic variety of architecture.
An influential hub for contemporary music. It has a strong art community and a vibrant night life. An Iconic draw for young people coming to New York.
East New York
A large and strong working class neighborhood, East New York is experiencing new growth and change.
The third largest central business district in New York City. Known for its offices and residential buildings.
One of the first designated Historic Districts of New York City. Fort Greene has long been diverse and welcoming to everyone.
Bedford - Stuyvesant
A cultural center for Brooklyn's African American population, Bed-Stuy continues today to be the beating heart of Brooklyn.
This Northern Brooklyn neighborhood is rich in Latino culture, with a vibrancy that has attracted artists and nurtures creativity.
A long struggling but proud neighborhood with active parents and school leaders.