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Originally referenced on maps in 1783 as part of Queens, East Williamsburg is now officially a part of Brooklyn located by Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. The slowly gentrified neighborhood is slowing receiving more and more businesses such as clothing stores, art galleries, restaurants and bars as a result of its close proximity to the hipster haven Williamsburg. Due to its industrial past, renters looking to make their new home in this neighborhood can expect to find many loft apartment buildings that were converted from the original industrial factory spaces.
Neighborhood: East Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Population Density: 81,666 people; 32,561 people per square mile (Brooklyn: 34,917 people per square mile)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick
Public Transit: L to Grand St., Montrose Ave., or Morgan Ave.
What's Here?: As gentrification spreads outward from Williamsburg into the grittier East Williamsburg (and, beyond, Bushwick), more and more…