Runs from 65th Street on the south, Ninth Avenue, Greenwood Cemetery and Fifth Avenue to the
east, the Upper New York Bay to the west and 38th Street to the north.
Sunset Park is a green and diverse Brooklyn neighborhood that has a great mix of real estate for sale and rent.
Nineteenth century rowhouses in pale brick, limestone and brownstone are located on tree-lined streets that descend
down to the water. Setting these properties apart from the rest of “brownstone Brooklyn” is affordability. If looking
for a rental or a condo to buy in Sunset Park in a modern building, new developments and condo conversions can be
found bordering the park and also around the Chinatown section of Sunset Park. In addition, new live/work spaces
have been developed in Sunset Park’s Industry City.
However, the pride and joy of this neighborhood is the park itself, a 24.5 acre bluff of land containing a pool, baseball
fields, basketball courts, wifi access and a large playground with some of the most expansive views of Manhattan, the
Statue of Liberty and essentially all of Brooklyn. It’s not surprising that the most desirable homes for sale and apartments
for rent in Sunset Park border this area. But it’s not just beautiful homes and open green spaces in Sunset Park;
Fifth Avenue offers a mix of food markets, restaurants and street vendors selling everything imaginable. And if you
need to stock up on supplies, Costco is located on nearby 39th street.