Williamsburg is the epicenter of Brooklyn as a fashionable worldwide brand. During the early 2000s, an influential hub of contemporary music like indie rock, and is attributed to be the place of origin of electroclash and had a large local hipster culture, a strong art community and vibrant nightlife. Its proximity to Manhattan has made it popular with recently arrived residents. Bedford Avenue and its subway station, as the first stop in the neighborhood on the L trains, have become synonymous with this new wave of residents. As of June 13, 2011, North Williamsburg is served by the East River Ferry to 34th Street and the Wall Street area, leaving every 20 minutes during rush hour and every hour during the rest of the day.
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