Sunset Park

Sunset Park is a neighborhood in Brooklyn that is on the rise. Residents have given this formerly industrial neighborhood a new face. Industrial spaces and warehouses left behind have been revamped into creative spaces, shops, apartment buildings and offices that residents can now take advantage of. The neighborhood shares its name with the namesake located in the northern part of the neighborhood. Sunset Park offers amazing public amenities frequented by residents such as a pool, playground, basketball courts and luscious green spaces. Sunset Park is serviced by the N, R and D subway lines along with local and express bus lines to get you where you need to go.

Neighborhood Tags

  • Waterfront Community
  • Melting Pot
  • Parks
  • Schools
  • Residential
  • On the rise
  • views
  • pet-friendly
  • yellow-green
    You'll fall in love withGreat views along the waterfront and the lush green spaces of the namesake park.
  • pink-purple
    What to expect A diverse and friendly community that exudes a welcoming small-town vibe.
  • orange
    Unexpected AppealThe once industrial spaces that have been turned into vintage shops, creative spaces and trendy cafes.

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Sunset Park
  • NYC Ferry
  • Bush Terminal Piers Park
  • Views of Upper New York Bay
  • Industry City

Located in west brooklyn

Nearest Subway

  • N
  • R
  • D

Commute Times

Grand Central 36m by train, 28m by car

Union Square 28m by train, 26m by car

Wall Street 31m by train, 29m by car

Columbus Circle 42m by train, 54m by car

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Explore Sunset Park

Sunset Park creates the perfect mix between quiet residential streets and bustling commericial avenues.

Over the past 50 years the neighborhood was known as an industrial powerhouse hosting warehouses and distribution centers. Today, these once industrial spaces have been revamped into creative spaces that residents can now take advantage of. One of those inlcudes Industry City which is a new and modern venue offering hip eateries, shops, art galleries & outdoor events for residents to enjoy. Living in Sunset Park, you will have breathtaking views of the Upper New York Bay and an array of inexpensive and diverse easteries all year round. Commerical avenues and residential streets come together to create a charming city within a city in Sunset Park.

Row of brownstone houses in Sunset Park

Sunset Park's waterfront access and bustling commerical avenues combine beautifully to create a vibrant scene for its residents. The neighborhood is the perfect place to call home.

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Whats around you

With great views of the Upper New York Bay and a diverse community feel, Sunset Park is the ideal community to call home.

In this neighborhood you will find a unique thriving food and artistic scene that has been brought in by an influx of new residents. 

Scenic view of the Manhattan skyline from Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Bush Terminal Piers Park in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

In this neighborhood, the namesake park is the second highest point in Brooklyn, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding neighborhoods. You can also find a range of activities in the park, including walking paths, open fields and recreational facilities, including handball, basketball, volleyball courts, and an Olympic-size pool. The area's industrial spaces are home to manufacturers and artists alike. Bush Terminal Piers Park, is a new park offers direct access to the waterfront with views of NYC. Green-Wood Cemetery, while recreational activities are, understandably prohibited, the 478 acre cemetery is a popular spot for bird watchers due to its meandering trails and serene ponds. The neighborhood is also home to Melody Lanes, a retro bowling alley that is a local favorite. In Sunset Park you will be surrounded by the best of parks, dining and shopping. 

Buildings in Sunset Park