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Moving to Brooklyn! Help!

I am planning to move from Pennsylvania to Brooklyn with my middle-school aged daughter - What are the safest, but also most cost-efficient areas? Between her dance school and my place of employment, I am unsure of where exactly would be the best place to live - I am not familiar with the subway system letters! Any and all help is welcome!
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B Kee 2yrs+
No place in Brooklyn is "cost efficient". Try outer Queens, Staten Island or the Bronx. You will not find any apartment under $1500 unless its a dump or in a bad area like Brownsville or Canarsie. Do yourself and your daughter a favor and find something outside of Brooklyn. Go to NYC MTA website and look at the transit map-you have many more choices than just Brooklyn.
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