Located in southeast Brooklyn, Sheepshead Bay was originally named after the mid-Atlantic species of fish that were once abundant in the bay. Nowadays, the namesake fish are rare, but Sheepshead Bay is still considered to be one of the most charming neighborhoods in Brooklyn with its seaside-feel. Sheepshead Bay Real Estate boasts two-family brick row houses and newly constructed condominiums are just some of the residency styles available in this quaint yet popular neighborhood. Summer bungalows that have now been adapted into full-time homes are available in one and two-bedrooms. Along the waterfront, new condo developments give residents excellent views of Coney Island.
Things To Do In Sheepshead Bay
The cultural diversity here is some of the best in the city. The neighborhood is a true melting pot of Russian, Italian, and Chinese communities. Try some authentic Russian diningÂ at Enjoy shoppingk" at Nargis cafe, or if you are in the mood for freshly caught seafood, Randazzos Clam Bar. Emmons Avenue is the neighborhoods hotspot for local dishes, and the piers are a bustling epicenter of tour boats and a number of seafood markets. Enjoy shopping at the Kings Plaza mall, a sprawling 1.1 million square foot shopping plaza including Macys, Sears, H&M, and more than 150 stores.
Sheepshead Bay Real Estate - Transportation
Transportation is a breeze with stations at Sheepshead Bay, Avenue U, Neck Rd, and Kings Highway. The Belt Parkway runs directly through the neighborhood, providing access by car around Brooklyn and Queens, and directly to John F. Kennedy airport.
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