In Brooklyn, Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights both had scores of 98. Boerum Hill and Downtown Brooklyn both scored 97; DUMBO, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus, and Park Slope tied with 96.
The least walkable neighborhood in New York (not counting Riker's Island) is Breezy Point, likely for its remoteness, although it is mostly comprised of paths not wide enough to drive a car down. (Doesn't safety count?) In Brooklyn, the least walkable neighborhoods are all in the south: Bergen Beach is the lowest, with a score of 58. After that, Mill Basin with 62, Gerritsen Beach with 71, Canarsie with 74, and Manhattan Beach and West Brighton at 77. (Except we don't consider "West Brighton" a real place.)
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