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Coney Island
Thrills, Sun & Surf → Not too far from Manhattan lies the wonderful world of Coney Island, which is the perfect escape. Home to the Cyclone (the legendary wooden roller coaster) and Luna Park amusement park, the New York Aquarium, the original Nathan’s Famous, it's a must-visit on every holiday list.
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Flatbush/Prospect Park
Diversity → With Jamaican, Caribbean, Pakistani, African-American and Latino communities, Flatbush is one of the City’s most diverse neighborhoods. Known for its busy commercial district, the area also features quaint, quiet streets lined with Victorian mansions—especially in adjacent Ditmas Park—and landmarks like the Flatbush Reformed Church, whose current building was constructed in the late 18th century.
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Williamsburg
Home of the Hipsters → Though it’s become more refined in recent years, Williamsburg still has a hipster vibe—as evidenced by indie music performances, gallery shows and shops run by local artisans. Distilleries and wineries show off the neighborhood’s flair for locally made spirits, while Smorgasburg packs in creative food vendors along the riverfront on summer Saturdays.
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Apartments
Across the Bridge → Without question, Brooklyn is a lot less expensive than Manhattan. From entertainment to rent, living in Brooklyn is, well, more livable. Although a four-bedroom brownstone in Park Slope is by no means cheap, it is less expensive than a four-bedroom apartment in the Upper West Side.
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