Top 20 Bushwick, New York vacation rentals & luxury serviced apartments
Bushwick could be described as the younger, up-and-coming sibling of Williamsburg, its Westerly neighbour. If Williamsburg is now increasingly full of young families and increasingly affluent professionals, Bushwick still retains an edgy, less gentrified, artistic feel. Like many of Brooklyn’s once-undesirable neighbourhoods, Bushwick is emerging as one of the hottest new areas for young, artsy types and it’s easy to understand why, what with the area’s DIY art scene, independent stores and photogenic graffiti street art. Architecturally, it's a mixed bag and can feel quite different block to block. It's definitely got a vibrant energy but this isn't the right hood if you want rows of pristine, leafy streets. Transport-wise, it's about a thirty-five minute ride to Downtown by train.