About: Boerum Hill - Cobble Hill - Carroll Gardens - Gowanus
Cobble Hill - Boerum Hill - Gowanus - Carroll Gardens are 4 small neighborhoods located to the south of Brooklyn Heights and downtown and to the west of Park Slope. Due to the small sizes of these neighborhoods they are often grouped together, but each has its own unique feel. There are many furnished apartments in these neighborhoods, and they tend to be less expensive then nearby Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights.
Cobble Hill is known for its small family owned shops and restaurants lining the main streets; Smith and Court.
Boerum Hill features renovated and preserved brownstones. It is known for the great nightlife scene, with bars and restaurants on almost every corner.
Gowanus is a mostly industrial neighborhood with residential sections on the outskirts. There are only a few apartments in the neighborhood but as industry moves out the Gowanus canal gets cleaned up, expect more and more residential enclaves to develop.
Carroll Gardens was given its name because of its lovely brownstones with their well-tended front gardens and was named after Charles Carroll who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. The neighborhood includes many small cafes and antique shops.
These 4 neighborhoods, Cobble Hill - Boerum Hill - Gowanus - Carroll Gardens represent one of the best values in Brooklyn for furnished apartments due to their relativity new popularity.
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