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DUMBO/Vinegar Hill/Boerum Hill
These three neighborhoods enjoyed an increase of 11.8% in the last decade and, as someone who works in DUMBO, this makes perfect sense. DUMBO in particular has seen a huge influx of jobs and residents (although the lunch options certainly haven't kept pace) and is, along with Boerum Hill, the most expensive place to live in Brooklyn. So, that's something. Basically, what this population boom means is that rich people got richer in the last decade and moved to Brooklyn. Which, yeah. We kind of already knew that.