East New York Homes for Sale
About East New York
East New York as its name implies covers a good portion of the eastern section of the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. It was originally part of New Lots in the 1650’s, but then purchased by John Pitkin in 1825 and renamed. It became part of Brooklyn in 1886. The district is known for its many residential neighborhoods and housing developments providing excellent home options for families looking for a new place in the city. Similar to Bushwick and Bedford Stuyvesant, East New York is experiencing a resurgence as developers and homeowners are buying and renovating the beautiful 19th and early 20th century townhomes. Home values in the area have steadily risen since 2012. East New York Real Estate boasts some beautiful architecture and is composed of detached homes, attached row houses multi-family homes, apartment buildings, condos, and co-ops.
It is very commuter friendly with the A, C, J, Z, L and 3 MTA lines as well as LIRR trains all running through the area. Stations in the district include Euclid Ave., Shepherd Ave., Van Siclen Ave., and Liberty Ave. on the A and C-line. The 3-line stations include New Lots Ave., Van Siclen Ave., and Pennsylvania Ave. The East New York train station is in the northwestern corner of the community. Primary roadways in the neighborhood are Linden Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue, which are home to shopping and multi-ethnic dining.
Family-friendly recreational attractions in East New York include a number of public parks such as waterfront Spring Creek Park on Jamaica Bay. Gateway Shopping Center is the commercial establishment in the district offering various restaurants and stores including Home Depot, Target, Best Buy, Aldi and Shop Rite.
Junior High School
Achievement First Aspire Middle School
Brooklyn Scholars Charter School