Borough Park

Brooklyn

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Borough Park is a Brooklyn neighborhood in the Southwest section of the borough. On the smaller side, the neighborhood spans from Ninth Avenue to McDonald Avenue and is one of the mostly densely populated areas of Brooklyn. Home to the most concentrated population of Orthodox Jews outside of Israel, the neighborhood is full of places of worship, kosher restaurants and supermarkets. Large celebrations like Sukkot and Purim are perfect showcases of the festivity and closeness of the community. The neighborhood is only two square miles, resulting in a very tightly knit population of families that attend the same schools, synagogues and stores. The real estate in Borough Park is comprised of mostly low-rise multi-families, with some larger apartment buildings available as well, and many new developments going up around the ‘hood. The amount of families who desire the real estate far exceeds the demand, making this neighborhood one of the fastest growing in the borough. The population is exploding so fast that the nabe has earned the moniker “Baby Boom Capital.” Transportation available to the ‘hood includes the D, N and F subway lines, with many bus routes running through Borough Park as well. Drivers can hop on Ocean Parkway, or the BQE for easy transportation out of Brooklyn. By Merritt Duncan

Neighborhood Highlights

Trains:

D
F
G
N

Buses:

B8
B9
B11
B16
B35
B67
B69
BM3

Rental Prices:

$1,138 ― $2,250

Sales Prices:

$273,000 ― $540,000

Landmarks:

Munkacs World Headquarters

School Districts:

20

Police Precincts:

66

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