An Overview of Williamsburg and Its Real Estate
Williamsburg is home to a diverse mix of hipsters, artists and ethnic groups. Throughout the neighborhood, there are old industrial buildings that have been repurposed into residential spaces like the Domino Sugar Factory along with galleries and commercial spaces. These gentrified buildings were the main draw of artists during the 1970s.
Today, the neighborhood is popular with hipsters due to its cool art and music scene along with a growing housing supply. Williamsburg Brooklyn apartments and condos are also popular for renters due to its easy, convenient and quick access to Manhattan. It’s just a short commute via the J, M, T and Z lines and the Williamsburg Bridge. Residents can also get to work out in the East Village. In addition, the G train opens up the rest of Brooklyn. In Williamsburg, it’s a breeze to get to any of the city’s boroughs.
Since the city rezoned Williamsburg in 2005, there has been much new development. Many of the newer condos in Brooklyn in this area are nestled near the Brooklyn waterfront. It’s prime Brooklyn real estate. These newer apartments feature well-planned spaces, good fixture, elevators, doormen and large windows for light. Some even offer parking to renters. Due to the increase in Williamsburg Brooklyn apartments, vacancies aren’t as low as elsewhere.
Depending on the size and location, rental condos and apartments range from about $2,000 to $4,000 per month. Some are also pet-friendly and offer pools, terraces, landscaped rooftop areas and on-site workout gyms. If you’re seeking to rent an apartment or condo in Williamsburg, the real estate professionals at Hillel Realty Group can help you find the perfect rental property for your unique needs. At Hillel Realty Group, clients are the top priority. The agents take the time to listen and work tirelessly to find you the best place to call home.
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