Easily accessible by the D, N, F and G trains, Borough Park (or informally, Boro Park) is a largely Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish neighborhood. The area is located southwest of Prospect Park and is extremely family friendly. The neighborhood has been so heavily influenced by Judaism that even the few non-religious business are closed on Saturdays. Due to it's many family-oriented housing options, Borough Park is considered relatively flat with very few high-rise or mid-rise apartment buildings. Those looking to settle down in Borough Park can look forward to shopping along 13th and 16th Avenues, strolling in Prospect Park, purchasing groceries at the seasonal Greenmarket and many other fun activities located within this neighborhood.
Neighborhood: Borough Park, Brooklyn
Population Density: 140,093 people; population density 67,659 people per square mile (Brooklyn: 34,917 people per square mile)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Dyker Heights, Kensington, Bensonhurst, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge…