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Accessible by the ! and B trains, Sheepshead Bay, Queens, is located at the most southern point of Brooklyn. The neighborhood was historically well known as a tourist location for Manhattanites who flocked to this location for its cool ocean breezes and fresh seafood and racetracks. Today, the neighborhood is less so of a tourist attraction however the area is still well known for it's fishing, shopping, restaurants, cruises and nightlife. The neighborhood itself consists of a few large condominium buildings, along with one- and two-family homes and brick row houses and apartment buildings, offering renters a large variety of housing inventory to choose from.
Neighborhood: Sheepshead Bay
Population: 118,159 people; population density 38,018 people per square mile (Brooklyn-wide: 34,917 people per square mile)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Manhattan Beach, Brighton Beach, Gravesend, Midwood, Marine Park, Gerritson Beach
Public Transit: Q (Kings Hwy, Avenue U, Neck Rd, Sheepshead Bay), B…