Bushwick at a Glance
Listed by Vogue as one of the “world’s coolest neighborhoods,” Bushwick has always been a creative hub attracting artists, musicians, and creative minds from around the world. Like its neighbor, Williamsburg, Bushwick is also generating the attention and buzz of developers and potential residents alike. One of the hottest areas to develop in, developers have had an emerging desire to restore former factories and industrial buildings into offices, residential units, cultural spaces and more. With a vibrant street art culture, many are turning their eye to Bushwick which is serviced by the L, J, M, and Z train, as well as several bus routes.
Residential Market: 2017
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Commercial Leasing: 2015
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Investment Sales: 2017
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Additional Demographics: 2015
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With the well-known Williamsburg bordering Bushwick on the west, it’s no surprise that new retail and critically-acclaimed restaurants have begun quickly migrating and finding space on Bushwick’s main thoroughfares. Checking out the shops, cafés and bars on Wyckoff Avenue, or around any of the major subway stations will be sure to fill your camera with weeks’ worth of Instagram-worthy photos.
The Bushwick Collective
There is more artwork showcased on the streets of the neighborhood than it’s celebrated gallery spaces.
Maria Hernandez Park
Includes basketball courts, fitness paths/equipment, playgrounds, “Movies Under the Stars” and WiFi.