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Brooklyn Apartments for Rent

Compared to Manhattan, Brooklyn is much different. With abundant parks, walkable sidewalks, an artsy vibe, and reasonable rents, Brooklyn simply stands out among all the areas to live in New York City. Families, young professionals, artists, and recent graduates all call Brooklyn home. In fact, many areas of Brooklyn are driven by artists, writers and young entrepreneurs, which makes it ideal for those beginning their careers and those diving into creativity.

Apartments for rent in Brooklyn are less expensive than those in Manhattan. The average rent in Brooklyn goes for $2500. For cheap apartments in Brooklyn, you should check out the neighborhoods of Flatland and Marine Park, where the average rent for apartments are relatively lower compared to other parts.