Home to Brooklyn’s Chinatown, Sunset Park is a neighborhood in the western section of Brooklyn. Its boundaries are Park Slope and Greenwood Heights to the north, Borough Park to the east, Bay Ridge to the south, and Upper New York Bay to the west. Well-served by transportation, this exciting slice of Brooklyn is affordable, safe and invested in its future.
Parts of Sunset Park are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, including a rare exterior and interior landmark, the Sunset Play Center. Opened in the summer of 1936, this amazing piece of New York City history remains in use today, with indoor and outdoor pools and a playground for residents to enjoy. This neighborhood also enjoys their namesake park, with stunning views of the NYC skyline and the Statue of Liberty; trails, sports fields and playgrounds make this a must-visit for the people of Sunset Park.
There is a strong sense of community in Sunset Park. Residents and business owners work hard to keep the neighborhood safe and growing. There is a constant expansion of real estate buying opportunities, from affordable nineteenth century rowhouses on tree-lined streets, to modern new condos near the park. Industry City houses new work/living spaces so the range of choices in this diverse neighborhood will suit any need.