Meet Me at the Intersection of Affordable + Desirable
New York Magazine recently awarded three neighborhoods with the coveted title of “affordable and desirable.” The three lucky hoods? Inwood, Ditmas Park and Kingsbridge. That made us curious about what’s available in those parts of town, so we laid out the apartments with the highest HopScore in each area.
Described by New York as the “Upper Upper Upper West Side.” And the views of Manhattan are pretty bonkers.
Ditmas Park (Brooklyn)
A stone’s throw away from Prospect Park, this neighborhood is a “diverse community with stand-alone Victorian houses, good schools, and a rich dining scene.”
According to New York “It may not win any beauty contests, but it’s well-stocked with amenities and prime for growth.” For sporty types, this location is just a few blocks away from Gaelic Park, a multi-purpose athletics facility.