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  • 450 Avenue South and 2111 East 2nd Street in Gravesend

    450 Avenue South and 2111 East 2nd Street in Gravesend

    A tiny section of Brooklyn’s Gravesend neighborhood is so popular with the Sephardic Jewish community that competition for limited inventory has driven prices to among the borough’s highest. Gravesend is largely known as a middle-class enclave, with median home prices slightly below Brooklyn’s median home price. But in the Sephardic stronghold — from Avenue S to Avenue U, between McDonald and Coney Island avenues — homes are trading for millions of dollars. [more]

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