Greenwood Heights at a Glance
Squeezed between its neighbor Park Slope to the north and Sunset Park to the south, Greenwood Heights has quietly transformed itself with new modern condominium developments and a surge in new local restaurants and bars catering to a diverse demographic. Originally the site of a major Revolutionary War battle, Greenwood Heights borrows some of its name from Green-Wood Cemetery which the neighborhood wraps around. Greenwood Heights real estate is most notable for its range of small, neatly maintained row- and single-family houses, many of which have been gut renovated and interspersed with small modern condominiums built in the past 10 years. The neighborhood is serviced by the R train and is nearby the D train in Sunset Park.
Residential Market: 2018
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Investment Sales: 2018
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Additional Demographics: 2015
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Gowanus Expressway, Prospect Expressway
Situated on higher land than its neighbors, Greenwood Heights offers excellent views of Upper New York Bay and the Manhattan skyline. In addition to the close proximity to Green-wood Cemetery and Prospect Park, 4th and 5th Avenues feature a number of recently opened bars, eateries and stores to visit.
A 13,000 SF indoor & outdoor restaurant, beer garden and event space.
Baked in Brooklyn
A massive bakery/storefront, that distributes its baked good to supermarkets all over NYC and a popular retailer for summer picnics