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About Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn is the most populous borough of New York City. Named after
the Dutch village of Breukelen, it borders the borough of Queens, and has
several bridge connections to the nearby boroughs of Staten Island and
Manhattan. Since 1896, the borough has been coterminous with Kings County, the
most populous county in the U.S. state of New York and the second-most densely
populated county in the United States, after the county of New York which is
coextensive with the borough of Manhattan. In the first decades of the 21st
century, Brooklyn has experienced a renaissance as an avant garde destination
for hipsters,[4] with concomitant gentrification, dramatic house price
increases, and a decrease in housing affordability. Since 2010, Brooklyn has
evolved into a thriving hub of entrepreneurship and high technology startup
firms, and of postmodern art and design. Many Brooklyn neighborhoods are ethnic
enclaves. Brooklyn’s official motto, displayed on the Borough seal and flag, is
Eendraght Maeckt Maght which translates from early modern Dutch as “Unity makes
strength”. Brooklyn is referred to as a twin city of New York in the 1883 poem,
“The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus, which appears on a plaque inside the Statue
of Liberty. The poem calls New York Harbor “the air-bridged harbor that twin
cities frame”. As a twin city to New York, it played a role in national affairs
that was later overshadowed by its century-old submergence into its old partner
and rival. Brooklyn lies at the southwestern end of Long Island, and the
borough’s western border constitutes the island’s western tip. Brooklyn’s water
borders are extensive and varied, including Jamaica Bay; the Atlantic Ocean; The
Narrows, separating Brooklyn from the borough of Staten Island in New York City
and crossed by the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge; Upper New York Bay, separating
Brooklyn from Jersey City and Bayonne in the U.S. state of New Jersey; and the
East River, separating Brooklyn from the borough of Manhattan in New York City
and traversed by the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan
Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, and numerous routes of the New York City
Subway. To the east of Brooklyn lies the borough of Queens, which contains John
F. Kennedy International Airport in that borough’s Howard Beach neighborhood,
approximately two miles from the border of the East New York neighborhood of
Brooklyn. Brooklyn became a preferred site for artists and hipsters to set up
live/work spaces after being priced out of the same types of living arrangements
in Manhattan. Various neighborhoods in Brooklyn, including Williamsburg, DUMBO,
Red Hook, and Park Slope evolved as popular neighborhoods for
artists-in-residence. However, rents and costs of living have since increased
dramatically in these same neighborhoods, forcing artists to move to somewhat
less expensive neighborhoods in Brooklyn or across Upper New York Bay to locales
in New Jersey, such as Jersey City or Hoboken. Brooklyn’s job market is driven
by three main factors: the performance of the national and city economy,
population flows and the borough’s position as a convenient back office for New
York’s businesses. Brooklyn is also home to many banks and credit unions.
According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, there were 37 banks and
26 credit unions operating in the borough in 2010. The rezoning of Downtown
Brooklyn has generated over US$10 billion of private investment and $300 million
in public improvements since 2004. Brooklyn is also attracting numerous high
technology start-up companies, as Silicon Alley, the metonym for New York City’s
entrepreneurship ecosystem, has expanded from Lower Manhattan into Brooklyn.
Brooklyn has played a major role in various aspects of American culture
including literature, cinema, and theater. The Brooklyn accent has often been
portrayed as the “typical New York accent” in American media, although this
accent and stereotype are supposedly fading out. Brooklyn’s official colors are
blue and gold.

Cities Near Brooklyn:
New York, NY Hoboken, NJ Jersey City, NJ Bayonne, NJ Weehawken, NJ
Union City, NJ West New York, NJ Guttenberg, NJ North Bergen, NJ Secaucus, NJ
Fairview, NJ Cliffside Park, NJ Edgewater, NJ Woodmere, NY Valley Stream, NY. 

Zip codes in Brooklyn:

11223, 11224, 11229, 11235, 11201, 11205, 11215, 11217, 11231,
11203, 11210, 11225, 11226, 11207, 11208.

We deliver flowers and balloons daily to all hospitals, veterans hospitals,
funeral homes, cemeteries, mortuaries, nursing homes and convalescent hospitals
in Brooklyn including:

New York Methodist Hospital
506 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 780-3000
Maimonides Medical Center 4802 10th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11219 (718) 283-6000
House of Hills Funeral Home 1000 St Johns Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 395-9924
Lawrence H. Woodward Funeral Home Inc. 1 Troy Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11213 (718) 493-8120
Sunrise at Sheepshead Bay 2211 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 616-1850
Signature Senior Living 631 Foster Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11236 (718) 859-2400
June Florist 8607 18th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11214 (718) 232-4200
Brooklyn College 2900 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11210 (718) 951-5000

Brooklyn Local Florists

Marine Florists

1995 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 (718) 338-3600

The Avenue J Florist
1502 Avenue J, Brooklyn, NY 11230 (718) 377-2002

Elegant Florist
6909 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 333-5312

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Send fresh flowers to Brooklyn for Easter or a gift basket today filled with delicious candy, treats, and goodies they are sure to love. This Easter we are sure you will find the perfect gift.

And you thought Easter Baskets are only for kids?. Adults love Easter Baskets too!
Our gourmet Easter baskets in Brooklyn include decadent cakes and even gourmet food and wine with chocolate and more, which is sure to make this Easter extra special.
We also make it easy to get your Easter baskets delivered to Brooklyn fast! Simply choose the delivery date, and we ensure your Easter basket is shipped to be delivered
to Brooklyn on that day, fresh and ready to be enjoyed! Sending Easter flowers and baskets
to Brooklyn has never been easier, and you can rest easy that your Easter gifts will be enjoyed as soon as they hit the doorstep.
Our floral department and our local florists in
Brooklyn will make sure that your Easter Flower Arrangement is fresh and beautiful and will be hand-delivered with love.

Your Easter table will look beautiful with one of our Easter flower centerpieces too!

Popular Easter Flowers In Brooklyn

9 Favorite Easter Flowers
Easter Lily. The Easter lily is the obvious choice to top our list since it’s named for the holiday
Tulips are often associated with
Easter because of their “egg” shaped blooms
Easter Cactus

Daffodils are a traditional Easter flower and are associated with the wonderful season of spring.
They brighten up any room and signify new beginnings, rebirth and the coming of spring.

This makes it the perfect Easter flower as it signifies where the occasion came from, the death and resurrection of Jesus.

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