The Evolution of Bushwick and Park Slope

April 28,2014 | By Hillel

Once upon a time, the Bushwick real estate was comprised of artists renting large lofts in run-down buildings as both living and work spaces. With just a couple of restaurants and bars, the streets were nearly empty at night.

Today, Bushwick is an industrial neighborhood with art galleries, music venues,Brooklyn rentals and new developments. Even the Clintons venture into Bushwick to enjoy the organic pizza at the famed Roberta’s. Due to its upbeat vibe and affordable rents, it’s a popular neighborhood for young professionals and families. In addition, it’s close to Williamsburg and Manhattan via the L train. The success of Bushwick real estate has had a ripple effect on Ridgewood and Bedford Stuyvesant.

In both lifestyle and charm, the neighborhood of Park Slope and Park Slope apartments are a step up from the Upper West Side and West Village. The neighborhood is comprised of Brooklyn rentals, brownstones, wooden clapboard homes and pre-war apartment houses.

On Prospect Park West, the 1880s Victorian mansions offer wonderful park views. Park Slope was ranked number one by New York Magazine for dining, green space, public schools, shopping and access to public transit in 2010. All in all, Park Slope has a regal flair. Along Fifth Avenue, there are Blue Ribbon restaurants, old butcher shops and one-of-a-kind stores.

If you’re seeking Brooklyn apartments for rent in the Bushwick or Park Slope neighborhood, turn to the experts at Hillel Realty Group. The Hillel Realty Group offers Bushwick real estate and Park Slope apartments ranging from about $1,700+ per month. These real estate pros take the time to understand your needs and wants and help you find the perfect place to call home.

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