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  1. Brooklyn. Geographically, Brooklyn is not too far from the Bronx. It sits somewhat southwest of The Bronx, though not as far southwest as Staten Island— it bustles on the western half of Long Island, just under Queens. Within every borough there are countless additional neighborhoods, and Brooklyn is famous for the diversity within its ...

  2. Sep 25, 2011 · IMO the main differences between The Bronx and Brooklyn is the Bronx is more working class while Brooklyn is more trendy/hipsterish and is more "yuppie-friendly". Crime wise, the Bronx has a higher crime rate I believe and is also poorer.

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  4. Mar 30, 2022 · Out of 23 Brooklyn precincts, all but three saw shooting incidents decline or stay flat. Bushwick was a notable exception, seeing shootings go from 12 in 2020 to 28 in 2021. In the Bronx, however,...

  5. Mar 23, 2022 · The first wave of this new initiative will focus on the Bronx and Brooklyn, where there were the most shooting incidents reported, specifically in the Brownsville, East New York, and Cypress Hills ...

  6. 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.

  7. Oct 08, 2009 · Brooklyn is 96.90 square miles (251 square kilometers), while the Bronx is 57.43 square miles (148.7 square kilometers). Brooklyn's population is also larger than that of the Bronx. Brooklyn's ...

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