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  1. Within every borough there are countless additional neighborhoods, and Brooklyn is famous for the diversity within its neighborhoods. While the Bronx is more downtown and city-like, Brooklyn is known for its enriched cultural influences, art scene, and independent, entrepreneurial spirit. What to Do in Brooklyn

  2. Before we go into it, though, remember the Bronx will be one of the cheapest areas you can go to live in compared to any borough. A 1 bedroom is $1400/month. However, if you are going to live in Brooklyn, you can expect it to cost $2600 for a one-bedroom.

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  4. Dec 16, 2019 · The main difference between Bronx and Brooklyn is, Brooklyn envelops the shoreline that is home to the notable Coney Island, famous for its franks and Early-American amusements.

  5. Sep 23, 2011 · The basic difference is that Brooklyn and The Bronx developed differently. Brooklyn has its own separate and independant identity as a city. For much of its existence as one of the largest in the country. Even as a borough, it would qualify as the 3rd or 4th largest city in the USA.

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  7. Sep 27, 2011 · The difference being that better than half of The Bronx is/was comprised of dense urbanity, while perhaps only 20% of Brooklyn is so consisted. Consequently, once the era of 'urban blight' passed and the city began to revitalize, Brooklyn because of its authentic and less urbanized nature rebounded faster and more substantially, and I must add ...

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