Sunset Park, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Running along 39th to 65th streets, and 9th Avenue to the New York Harbor, Sunset Park has created a name for itself among its south Brooklyn residents. With a panoramic view of the Manhattan skyline and commercial spaces that include the 6 million square foot Industry City facility, this area is attracting the right kinds of people, from immigrants to artists and from hipsters to small manufacturers. It even attracted the likes of the Brooklyn Nets who will house their training facility in Industry City. Brooklyn’s own Chinatown flourishes along 7th and 8th Avenues. With beautiful brownstones that snuggle together to face a view of the harbor, Sunset Park has established an exclusivity within itself, mixing industry with architecture, but keeping a quaint and quiet humble abode away from the noise of the city. Sunset Park has access to limited access highways such as the Gowanus Expressway, NY 27, and the Belt Parkway and is served by a mass of bus routes and subway lines, specifically the D, N, and R trains. To experience a great night of music, dancing, and socializing, The Brooklyn Hangar offers a great experience in a 13,000 square feet, two-tiered venue along the waterfront on 53rd street. After an enjoyable night, the Irish Haven on 4th Avenue and 58th Street is a great place to replenished with well prepared food and an atmosphere that was good enough to be in “The Departed.” Described as Brooklyn next boomtown, commercial investment sales have totaled into the millions. As prices increase in the Northern areas of Brooklyn, Sunset Park’s attractive family units and relatively cheap prices in comparison to Park Slope give reasons for optimism for new buyers in the region.
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