Boerum Hill at a Glance
Boerum Hill, known for its quiet, tree-lined streets and large historic district, has experienced extensive growth over the past decade as new residential developments have quickly leased or sold out in record time. The strength and depth of the residential market have revitalized and re-energized the burgeoning commercial strips along Atlantic Avenue and Smith Street which now feature fine Zagat rated dining within a short walk to the Barclays Center, BAM and Downtown Brooklyn. Many young families have been drawn to the Boerum Hill and close subway proximity offers quick and convenient access to all parts of New York. Boerum Hill is serviced by the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, D, F, G, N, R, and the LIRR train.
Residential Market: 2018
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Investment Sales: 2018
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Additional Demographics: 2015
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While Boerum Hill is already established as a mature and seemingly complete neighborhood, its physique continues to change. A re-zoning of Atlantic Avenue in the 2000’s precipitated a new stream of residential and mixed-use rental and condominium mid-rise buildings.
Invisible Dog Arts Center
Former factory building now serving as a mecca for artists to work on and display their pieces.