After reading all of the disgustingly inaccurate definitions above, I thought that it was about time for someone who knows what they are talking about to write. Now, I may not live there, but Broooklyn, while it is home to some not so great neighborhoods, also is home to three of the top ten richest people in the world, a multitude of respectable, rich, Academy Award winning actors, many famous artists, and Saint Ann's, which is considered the best and most exclusive High School in the country. Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, and Park Slope, are full of rich, multi-racial (but the majority is white) celebrities and businessmen, with children who are models and only wear clothing that is over $150. There are also many specialty boutiques, in which only haute couture is sold. To say that Brooklyn houses the worst and most violent neighborhoods in NYC, is purely inaccurate. What about the Bronx, Harlem, Lower East Side, areas around Delancy Street, and Little Somalia, which in the heart of Manhatten is considered the most dangerous neighborhood in New York. The inaccuracys of the above definitions is appaling. Please, if you have any NYC pride, just throw your diamonds up.
Sarah Jessica Parker lives on my block.
Gweneth Paltrow is moving to mine.
Where do you guys live?