Maria Rivera-Diaz is living on the edge.

After a year occupying a co-sharing space in a centrally located Williamsburg apartment building, the 31-year-old lawyer and student recently decided to set out for the very frontier of her adopted neighborhood. When she moved from Atlanta to Williamsburg in 2019, she was looking for somewhere “cool and artsy,” Rivera-Diaz told the Post. The hipster mecca of Williamsburg, a neighborhood that was for decades synonymous with creative class culture, seemed an obvious choice.