Second place in the gay-couples contest goes to a part of Prospect Heights, where nine percent of the cohabitators living between Atlantic Avenue and Bergen Street, and Vanderbilt and Grand avenues, reported as same sex. The part of the city with the highest concentration of same-sex couples is right over the Brooklyn border in Cypress Hills, Census Tract 114, in which a whopping 18 percent of its 207 households reported as gay! Because Queens is the new Brooklyn.
Of course, the highest concentration of same-sex couples does not mean the highest number of gays. "Households are not people," Brooklyn Politics reminds us, "and lots of Brooklynites, of all sexual orientations, live in apartments that are not 'couples' households."
You can play with census maps yourselves.