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Currently experiencing a period of unprecedented growth and affluence, Brooklyn, situated on the westernmost point of Long Island, shares boundaries with Queens. Containing approximately 2.5 million people, Brooklyn is one of the most densely populated boroughs in New York and often feels like a city in its own right. If the borough was separated from New York it would be America’s fourth most populous city.
Coinciding with the borough’s growth, demand for accommodation in Brooklyn has increased in recent years due to the area’s unique culture, transport links and stylish residences. The borough contains an acclaimed theatre, several museums and galleries- in particular, the district of Williamsburg is possesses a burgeoning art colony.
Coney Island, Williamsburg, Downtown, Greenwood and Prospect Park are contained within this thriving, well-connected borough.
Ideal for extended stay and self catering, thesqua.re offers both corporate housing and holiday apartments. Serviced apartments in New York City are quickly becoming an alternative accommodation option for guests seeking privacy that isn’t forthcoming with traditional accommodation options.
Staying with thesqua.re in Brooklyn will ensure guests are granted a sense of privacy whilst having access to world-class hotel like services. Each of our apartments includes a comfortable living space complete with home entertainment system, a fully equipped kitchen designed to fulfill the requirements of extended stay guests, a spacious bedroom replete with ample storage space, and a bathroom that includes both showering and bathing facilities.
Additionally, guests staying with thesqua.re will receive complimentary Wi-Fi, weekly housekeeping, a concierge service, a parking space, access to a gym and a secure entry system.
In recent history, Brooklyn has become synonymous with artistic culture and stylish design. The Brooklyn Arts Theatre attracts visitors from across New York City, offering both contemporary and classical performances. The Brooklyn Museum, New York’s second largest art gallery, contains paintings by local artists in addition to housing several American classics.
Designed by Olmsted and Vaux, who also designed the iconic Central Park, Prospect Park offers a well-manicured, green space ideal for unwinding in following a long day. Marine Park, similarly, offers a serene space for visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Offering an injection of fairground nostalgia, Coney Island was constructed in 1927. Coney Island was one of the most popular attractions in the city until economic factors forced the fairground to close in 1969. Fortunately, in 1975, the Astroland Theme Park re-opened the fairground.
Brooklyn contains a collection of stylish restaurants, chic bars and street food vendors. As one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in New York, Brooklyn serves food from across the globe.
Travelling between New York City centre and Brooklyn is simple- with various transport options available for visitors to the district. Six tunnels and two bridges carry subway lines over the East River that separates Manhattan and Brooklyn. Travel to Brooklyn doesn’t come with an additional fare.
To reach Brooklyn from Manhattan, take 2/3, 4/5, A/C, B/D/F, or N/Q/R routes. Each of these routes passes through Downtown. From Downtown Brooklyn, lines branch out to different districts in the borough- so be sure to consult a map. Additionally, the Long Island Rail Road and bus connects Manhattan to Brooklyn.
Brooklyn offers direct access to all of New York City’s major airports, ensuring that international travel is not onerous.