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Bushwick

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Bushwick, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

Bushwick sets itself apart from the rest of Brooklyn in that it experienced a death and resurrection within its lifetime. Rapidly gentrifying and expanding by its middle and working class, Bushwick is ever diversifying due to the many backgrounds and cultures that reside in the North Brooklyn neighborhood. Having been one of the first settlements in the borough by the Dutch, its eclectic history moves from being an industrial city and brewing center in the 1840’s – 1850’s to becoming a center of culture after World War II which was brought in by Italian and German immigrants. Houses were designed in the Italianate, Neo Greco, Romanesque Revival, and Queen Anne styles by well-known architects. But in 1977, during a major NYC blackout, riots and looting destroyed businesses and housing, leaving Bushwick desolate at a 43% vacancy rate. Over time though, Bushwick has been revitalized. Improvements in housing, crime, sanitation, and community features have made the neighborhood better than before. It’s home to many public and private schools and parks have been built for people to utilize. The rising up of new condominiums and luxury rentals have added to its character. Hipsters moving down from Williamsburg in the North have added a cool and chic flavor to the neighborhood, making it a magnet for artists and creatives who long for free expression and find it in the heart of Bushwick. Home to these artists is Alphaville on Wilson Avenue which offers live music for its patrons and a distinguished burger and drink menu enjoy it with. The Mominette on Knickerbocker Avenue is a quaint and romantic restaurant offering french cuisine. Elegant cocktails served in a spacious and pristine backyard garden creates the kind of atmosphere that always brings people back for more. With easy access to the rest of New York through the J, Z, M, and L trains, along with a multitude of bus routes, Bushwick brings in a surplus of unique individuals all lining up restaurants, cafes, retail stores, grocery stores, and community centers along Knickerbocker Avenue, Myrtle Avenue, Wyckoff Avenue, and Broadway. Bushwick will continue to see a bright future ahead.

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Jefferson Avenue
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3BD
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Bushwick
$2,900
Wyckoff Avenue
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3BD
2 BA
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$3,300
Jefferson Street
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2BD
2 BA
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$2,300
Willoughby Avenue
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3BD
1.5 BA
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$3,100
Halsey Street
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4BD
1.5 BA
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$3,100
Weirfield Street
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3BD
1.5 BA
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$2,699
Troutman Street
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3BD
1 BA
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$3,050
Wilson Avenue
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3BD
1 BA
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$3,295
Beaver Street
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3BD
1 BA
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$2,800
Grove Street
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3BD
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$2,499