Brooklyn City Guide
More populated than its neighbor across the river, Manhattan, Brooklyn contains a lot of what makes New York City special. While Manhattan has the tall buildings and flashy attractions, Brooklyn features a diverse community of immigrant groups and an economy built almost entirely on small businesses. Almost half the population speaks a language other than English at home and you can get takeout from restaurants specializing in Georgian, Trinidadian, and Bangledeshi cuisine.
While a bit cheaper than Manhattan, housing in Brooklyn is still pretty pricey. The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment is $3,811, up 47% since 2021. The median home price is $950, up 6% since 2021. Unless you have a trust fund, you’re probably going to have to downsize.
That’s why you should keep self-storage in your plans for a Brooklyn move. With facilities all over the borough, it’s easy to find a place that’s convenient and close to home. And even if you need a larger unit to hold your trinkets from Brighton Beach Avenue street sellers, you’ll be surprised at how affordable it can be. If you’re dreaming of a move to Brooklyn, don’t let storage space be what holds you back.
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