The Real Deal New York

Neighborhood dive: Bushwick reborn

From desperate decay to hipster haven, the Brooklyn nabe is gentrification epitomized

March 20, 2015 10:30AM
By Kerry Murtha

Bushwick Brooklyn

Bushwick in the early 1990s

From the March issue: The name Bushwick still conjures visions of burning buildings, poverty and drugs for New Yorkers of a certain age. But to the young-and-tattooed set, the streets of the Northeast Brooklyn neighborhood mean new luxury apartments, art galleries, trendy bars and all things hipster. [more]

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