Navy Yard

Brooklyn

Summary

Median rental price: $0, min $0 - max $0

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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Lower, rank #246 of all neighborhoods

Noise level

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Lower, rank #228 of all neighborhoods

Neighboorhood Reviews

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Great for

  • Cost of Living
  • Peace & Quiet
  • Public Transport
  • Childcare
  • Internet Access

Not great for

  • Nightlife
  • Shopping Options
  • Clean & Green
  • Neighborly Spirit
  • Parks & Recreation

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Hipsters
  • Students
“Not a residential area“

Brooklyn Navy Yard refers to an industrial waterfront park on the East River. It has a small cluster of historical homes that are known as Admiral's Row because they were once naval officers' homes. Once used as a supply depot for the Union army during the Civil War, this area has become the focu... Read more

NatM • Dec 26, 2011
“Commercial Park - Industrial Boredom“

This area sits in the little inlet between Williamsburg and Brooklyn Heights, and it’s home to an industrial park that houses just about any business you can think of. The Navy sold this yard to the city of New York during the sixties, so don’t expect to see a bunch of hot sea men hanging around.... Read more

BrooklynTree • Feb 26, 2009
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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