BoCoCa Apartment Rentals

2br, Boerum Hill, $3,000

$3,000, Boerum Hill

After walking half a block from the train to your apartment, ride the elevator up to the fifth floor to your spectacular 2BR apar (...)
2br, 1BA
~ 3 Hours since update
2br, Boerum Hill, $2,800

$2,800, Boerum Hill

Smith Street near Dean Street2 Bedroom apartment with 1 Bath.Owner open to considering pets.Lots of sunlight in this floor throug (...)
2br, 1BA
~ 3 Hours since update
1br, Boerum Hill, $3,500

$3,500, Boerum Hill

Come call this unique apartment home. One bedroom one bathroom constructed to perfection equipped with stainless steel appliance, (...)
1br, 1BA
~ 3 Hours since update
1br, Boerum Hill, $3,245

$3,245, Boerum Hill

No fee
The building offers unique amenities. You will be treated to a full service lobby, state of the art fitness center with adjacent (...)
1br, 1BA
~ 15 Hours since update
2br, Boerum Hill, $4,250

$4,250, Boerum Hill

Fantastic Carriage House in Boerum Hill!   Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Half Bathrooms: 1   Unit Features: Dishwasher, Pet (...)
2br, 1.5BA
~ 15 Hours since update
Verified listing
1.5br, Boerum Hill, $2,500

$2,500, Boerum Hill

Come see this spacious one bedroom on 4th Ave in North Park Slope just a few blocks away from the Atlantic Center and one block a (...)
1.5br, 1BA
~ 3 Hours since update
2br, Boerum Hill, $4,200

$4,200, Boerum Hill

This rarely available 2 bedroom apartment in a 25' wide pre-war building features two true bedrooms, ample closet space, and excl (...)
2br, 1BA
~ 3 Hours since update
9 agents listing apt.

BoCoCa is comprised of three neighborhoods:
Boerum Hill
Cobble Hill
Carroll Gardens

The three sister neighborhoods are located in the Northwestern sector of Brooklyn. They boast a variety of attractive boutiques, an outstanding assortment of restaurants, and an iconic array of brownstone houses. A strong sense of community coupled with well-regarded schools makes these neighborhoods excellent places to raise a family. Meanwhile, the nightlife of all three is bolstered thanks to the selection of bars and dining along both Smith Street and Court Street. This culmination of desirable attributes does mean, however, that none of these neighborhoods are cheap places to live. But if they can be afforded, they offer a unique and incredibly deep cultural quality while still maintaining a clean and safe living environment.

Ethnic influences from a multitude of different cultures make for a one-of-a-kind dining and shopping experience. Carroll Gardens in particular has a rich Italian-American tradition with many family-owned stores and eateries, but there are also French and Middle-Eastern influences that have recently begun to flourish as well.

Of the three, Boerum Hill ranks highest in terms of public transportation thanks to its proximity to most of the major subway lines (F,G,A,C,D,M,N,R,B,Q,2,3,4,5). Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens really only get the F and G lines.

Local Tip: Even though it is becoming more and more widely used, a few long-time residents dislike the portmanteau “BoCoCa.” They associate it with recent gentrification and prefer the term “South Brooklyn” to describe the overall area instead.