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Located in Boerum Hill, Bergen is at the epicenter of Brooklyn’s most dynamic neighborhoods: Park Slope, Gowanus, Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, and Downtown Brooklyn.

Bergen reintroduces a fundamental way of life and celebrates the imperfect qualities along the way. In this vibrant neighborhood, where the rhythm of life blends work, culture, celebration, and serenity, Bergen embodies the attitude of the modern city coupled with the charm of a historic community and remembers the affinity people have always had with nature.

Brooklyn’s classic elegance permeates through Bergen. Consciously embracing surrounding landmarks and institutions, Bergen gracefully honors a design inspired by neighborhood context, creating a lasting and respectful structure. Globally inspired and locally rooted.

Downtown Brooklyn’s iconic landmark, One Hanson Place.

A summer stroll in the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.

Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, Frederick Law Olmstead’s most prized project.

“We would often talk about the neighborhoods that we’re in. The edge of Boerum Hill, the edge of Park Slope, the edge of Gowanus. Almost like a venn diagram. The collision of these neighborhoods.”

DXA Studio

Paths of dappled sunlight, Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

The Palm House, Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

A serene moment in Prospect Park.

The Brooklyn Museum, a Mckim, Mead & White icon.

The exquisite facade of Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Upward view of the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument at Fort Greene Park.

Quaint corners everywhere you look.

Newly revitalized community & arts center; Powerhouse Arts Gowanus.

Storefront of Aesop Park Slope, designed by Taller Frida Escobedo.

A curated collection of crafted goods at Primary Essentials Store.

Authentically prepared Northern Italian cuisine at local favorite, Rucola.

Cozy up with a crafted cocktail and a selection of Italian wines.