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Encyclopedia > List of Brooklyn neighborhoods

These are the neighborhoods of Brooklyn, one of five boroughs of New York City.

Northwestern Brooklyn Northern Brooklyn Northeastern Brooklyn
*Boerum Hill *Brooklyn Heights

*Brooklyn Navy Yard


*Carroll Gardens *Clinton Hill


*Cobble Hill *Downtown Bklyn


*DUMBO *Fort Greene


*Fulton Ferry *Fulton's Landing


*Gowanus *Park Slope


*Prospect Heights *Red Hook


*Vinegar Hill *Windsor Terrace

*Bushwick

*East Williamsburg


*Greenpoint


*North Side


*Ridgewood


*South Side


*Williamsburg

*City Line

*Cypress Hills


*East New York


*Highland Park


*New Lots


*Spring Creek


*Starrett City

Central Brooklyn
*Bedford-Stuyvesant *Borough Park *Brownsville *Crown Heights *Ditmas Park *Ditmas Village

*East Flatbush *Farragut *Fiske Terrace *Flatbush *Kensington *Manhattan Terrace *Mapleton


*Midwood *Ocean Hill *Ocean Parkway *Parkville *Pigtown *Prospect Park South *Remsen Village


*Rugby *Weeksville *Wingate

Southwestern Brooklyn Southern Brooklyn Southeastern Brooklyn
*Bath Beach *Bay Ridge

*Bensonhurst *Dyker Heights


*Fort Hamilton *New Utrecht


*Sunset Park

*Brighton Beach *Coney Island

*Gerritsen Beach *Gravesend


*Homecrest *Manhattan Beach


*Plum Beach *Sea Gate


*Sheepshead Bay

*Barren Island *Bergen Beach

*Canarsie *Flatlands


*Georgetown *Marine Park


*Mill Basin *Mill Island


*Paerdegat Basin

See also

External link

  • Neighborhood Map from NYC Department of City Planning (http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/neighbor/neighn.html)

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Links to TND and New Urban Neighborhoods (491 words)
The acronym TND stands for Traditional Neighborhood Development, a comprehensive planning system that includes a variety of housing types and land uses in a defined area.
A TND is served by a network of paths, streets and lanes suitable for pedestrians as well as vehicles.
This provides residents the option of walking, biking or driving to places within their neighborhood.
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