DUMBO apartments for rent are not cheap, with one bedrooms average around $3,500-4,000 for a one bedroom; expensive because much of the population is overflow from Manhattan’s Wall Street population.
DUMBO, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is a Brooklyn neighborhood where artists and yuppies collide. The residential DUMBO apartments are reserved primary for professionals, aside from a penthouse where Mos Def resides. The warehouse work spaces still host many artists and double as storage space for Manhattanites and businesses.Find DUMBO apartments
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|75 WASHINGTON ST||14|
|26 WASHINGTON ST||8|
|25 WASHINGTON ST||7|
|100 JAY ST||5|
|109 GOLD ST||2|
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The center piece of the neighborhood, unsurprisingly, is the Manhattan Bridge underneath which DUMBO and the neighborhood park make their home. On the weekends, people from all over Brooklyn and Manhattan come to the area to lounge in the park looking out on Manhattan, taste some Jacques Torres factory chocolate and munch on some of bread from the French bakery, Almondine. On the weekends, galleries open their doors to pedestrians and the Brooklyn Flea market pops up. While a bit quiet with locals during the week, on Saturday and Sunday the human traffic is everwhere.
The most convenient subway is the F train or within a short walk the A, C, E trains.