Dyker Heights

Brooklyn

Summary

Median rental price: $1,800, min $1,300 - max $3,200

Why?
Not great commute
Touristy
Not great community
Not hip
Not great for nightlife
Not for families
Too noisy
Not diverse
Not great for shopping
Too trendy
Not great for dining
Too residential
Too diverse
Not green enough
Not safe
Too quiet
Too commercial
Not artsy
Not LGBT friendly
No good schools
Naah, not for me

Commute

Crime level

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Average, rank #161 of all neighborhoods

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Average, rank #161 of all neighborhoods

Neighboorhood Reviews

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Great for

  • Eating Out
  • Neighborly Spirit
  • Clean & Green
  • Peace & Quiet
  • Gym & Fitness

Not great for

  • Parking
  • Resale or Rental Value
  • Cost of Living

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
“Quiet Italian community that loves Christmas“

Located between Bay Ridge and Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights is a quaint suburban town with a primarily Italian population, numerous Catholic churches, an abundance of mom-and-pop shops, and a reputation for its Christmas light extravaganza. Most of the action in Dyker Heights takes place on 13th Ave... Read more

NatM • Dec 27, 2011
“Dyker Heights strung out for the holidays“

"Dyker Heights" is synonymous with "holiday decor" - so much so that people from all over the city flock to the neighborhood to check out the historic mansions draped in strings of light bulbs. It's rather unexpected that a neighborhood so far from the bustling center of Midtown Manhattan could m... Read more

NeverSleeps • Nov 16, 2010
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What do you think about this neighborhood?

Why?
Not great commute
Touristy
Not great community
Not hip
Not great for nightlife
Not for families
Too noisy
Not diverse
Not great for shopping
Too trendy
Not great for dining
Too residential
Too diverse
Not green enough
Not safe
Too quiet
Too commercial
Not artsy
Not LGBT friendly
No good schools
Naah, not for me