The 319 Ellery Street building is located in Bushwick, Northern Brooklyn, Brooklyn. It features 6 residential units. The building was developed in 1931. It is 3 stories tall.
Population spillover from the insanely popular and hip
Williamsburg has meant a lot of changes for Bushwick in recent
years. Bushwick, now known as the more affordable sibling of the
popular Williamsburg, has no shortage of galleries to check out,
performance art, vegan food and alluring restaurants with the power
to draw even Manhattan foodies. Parts of Bushwick are still very
industrial, so if you're interested in renting a warehouse
converted loft, check out this neighborhood!
The neighborhood is currently populated by over 81,800 people.
The neighborhood is home to one of the biggest Dominican and Puerto
Rican enclaves in the city and the population is largely Hispanic
Neighborhood: Bushwick (including Flushing Avenue,
Broadway, Knickerbocker Avenue and the Cemetery of the
Population: 81,805 people. 62,703 people per square mile.
Population Density of Brooklyn: 34,917 people per square mile
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant…