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Neighborhood Primer: Williamsburg vs. Park Slope?

Photo of a living room in a luxury rental apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

2015 has been a banner year for the Brooklyn rental market. As rents in Manhattan finally reached their tipping point, residents have been flocking to Brooklyn, causing the borough’s rental costs to rapidly increase. That said, Brooklyn is still on the rise, and if you’re looking for a luxury rental in 2016, the options are endless.

Low-Key Luxury in North Brooklyn

Luxury apartment in Williamsburg at 281 Union Avenue.

North Brooklyn’s landscape has changed considerably over the past decade. Williamsburg, and the area around it, saw the introduction of several huge developments to meet surging popularity, especially around the waterfront. While glass high-rises are taking a more prominent place in North Brooklyn’s real estate, these five luxury apartment buildings keep things low-key.

5 More Rental Buildings to Prime You for Downtown Brooklyn Luxury Living

View from a luxury rental at DKLB BKLYN at night.

Downtown Brooklyn is having a serious renaissance, and along with cultural institutions like the Brooklyn Academy of Music, buzzworthy restaurants like Hill Country BBQ and Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, and boutique shopping, there is an influx of luxury residential buildings that are making this one of the city’s most sought-after places to call home.