It is the largest historic district on the NRHP in the Northeast United States. [68]:11, The subway itself faced delays. Sunset Park is divided into two neighborhood tabulation areas, Sunset Park West and Sunset Park East, which collectively comprise the population of Sunset Park. [5] Finntown was located in the northern part of modern Sunset Park, surrounding the park of the same name. The region north of 36th Street is also known as Greenwood Heights or South Slope. [179], From 1997 to 2001, SeaStreak service was available at the Brooklyn Army Terminal heading to Pier 11/Wall Street, the East 34th Street Ferry Landing, the Sandy Hook Bay Marina, or Riis Landing on summer Fridays. Sunset Park Center for Accelerated Studies. Source: U.S. Census Bureau. In Sunset Park, there were 27 preterm births per 1,000 live births (compared to 87 per 1,000 citywide), and 7.9 births to teenage mothers per 1,000 live births (compared to 19.3 per 1,000 citywide). Major factors included the purchase of Bush Terminal by new investors in 1963[114] and its conversion into an industrial park;[115] the gradual loosening of the 1961 zoning regulations;[113] and the expansion of Lutheran Medical Center to the waterfront American Machine and Foundry factory in the 1970s. The BMT Fourth Avenue Line has stations at 36th Street (D​, ​N​, and ​R trains), 45th Street (R train), 53rd Street (R train), and 59th Street (N​ and ​R trains). [93] The most prolific developer was Thomas Bennett,[d] who lived in Sunset Park and designed at least 600 structures in the neighborhood. [98][99], Slumlike conditions proliferated in the vicinity of First and Second Avenues as early as World War I,[5] and the Great Depression forced some residents to take in boarders; at the time, 60 percent of Sunset Park's male residents belonged to trade unions. 2012 American Community Survey 5-year estimates Highest level of education attained by population 18 years and over. The first Norwegians, Swedes, and Danes were maritime workers who settled near the waterfront, while Finns were mostly tenant farmers or non-landowning laborers. [50] In addition, several low-rise apartment buildings were erected in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 46.4% (58,654) of the population. [26] In 1945, Third Avenue was widened to ten lanes at the surface level to accommodate truck traffic to and from the Brooklyn–Battery Tunnel. Ortiz. [126][127], Following the 1966 poverty area designation, the area from 36th Street to the Prospect Expressway was incorporated into Sunset Park. [216] Bush Terminal Piers Park opened in November 2014. The Sunset Park neighborhood has gone through many ethnic changes and is a microcosm of many of the immigration waves that transformed the city of New York. These are technically classified as parks but do not serve a recreational purpose. [111] As part of this process, it received its current moniker and boundaries. [149], The European immigrants and their descendants began leaving the neighborhood during the 1950s and 1960s, and they were replaced by new immigrants. Explore Sunset Park neighborhood statistics including diversity, population, income, and other demographic statistics. The Gowanus Expressway runs on the western side of the neighborhood while the Prospect Expressway runs to the north, near Park Slope. Light industrial zoning is also present south of 61st and 62nd Streets. [53] At the time, it was sparsely developed; there had only been one warehouse on the waterfront in 1890. Sunset Park. Each statistic is computed as the weighted sum or average of the census tracts or block groups that overlap the neighborhood. [138]:14, The concentration of fine particulate matter, the deadliest type of air pollutant, in Sunset Park is 0.0085 milligrams per cubic metre (8.5×10−9 oz/cu ft), higher than the citywide and boroughwide averages. It is the terminus of the Bay Ridge Branch, which runs to Queens and the Bronx. At its peak, the enclave had 10,000 Finnish residents and contained its own Finnish language newspaper. [211], Sunset Park's namesake is a 24.5-acre (9.9 ha) public park located between 41st and 44th Streets and Fifth and Seventh Avenues. [179][180] The station was proposed for replacement in the late 2010s. Many of these residences have been beautifully restored to give this neighborhood a uniquely historic feel with tons of character. [62] Engine Company 228 (formerly Engine Company 28), located at 436 39th Street,[197] is an official city landmark. [238], Sunset Park generally has a lower ratio of college-educated residents than the rest of the city as of 2018[update]. Like the Manhattan Chinatown (of which the Brooklyn Chinatown is an extension[152]), Brooklyn's Chinatown was originally settled by Cantonese immigrants. This trend coincided with widespread white flight to adjoining areas (including Bay Ridge, Staten Island, and inner suburbs in the New York metropolitan area) and the increasing prominence of the neighborhood's Puerto Rican community. Some of these residences are three-family homes, spread across three stories, similar in design to the neighborhood's row houses. Maimonides Medical Center is located in nearby Borough Park. [129][130] Industry City's owners announced a $1 billion renovation plan in March 2015,[131][132] while a "Made in NY" industrial campus was announced for Bush Terminal in 2017. [31] A ferry pier and railroad terminal, popular as a transfer point for those traveling to Coney Island, was built in the 1870s. "Interesting People: Irving T. Sunset Park has a high percentage of adults who have not completed high school (42%) and a low percentage of adults with college degrees (29%). [53] The park was so named because its elevated location provided views of the sunset to the west. Nativity and Language Educational Attainment. Love, Bay Ridge", "Queensboro Tunnel Officially Opened; Subway, Started Twenty-three Years Ago, Links Grand Central and Long Island City", The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York, Landmarks Preservation Commission (Sunset Park North) 2019, "Brooklyn, New York. group's percentage of the total population of Sunset Park, group's percentage of the total population of New York, population of Sunset Park, selected other neighborhoods in New York, and entities that contain Sunset Park, rank of neighborhood out of 264 by percentage non-white, sum total percentage point deviation of neighborhood from Sunset Park, rank of neighborhood out of 264 by percentage whites. [179] There is also a connection to a street-level railway on First Avenue that connects the Brooklyn Army Terminal, Bush Terminal/Industry City, and the subway's 36th Street Yard via the South Brooklyn Railway. [101] The HOLC contended that the brownstones and the newly built Sunset Park Play Center were positive attributes of the neighborhood, but that the overall rating of the area was revised downward due to its industrial uses and the high numbers of Italian immigrants east of Seventh Avenue. Population: count of all residents of the given entity at the time of the survey, excluding visitors [113][a] With aid from federal, state, and local agencies, Sunset Park slowly began redeveloping. It is patrolled by the 72nd Precinct of the New York City Police Department. There are 41,311 male residents living in Sunset Park and 40,127 female residents. [206], Sunset Park is covered by two ZIP Codes: most of the neighborhood south of 44th Street is part of 11220 while Industry City and the area north of 44th Street is within 11232. [54], The Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway, a 14-mile (23 km) off-street path, runs on the waterfront of Sunset Park. [13], After Brooklyn was incorporated as a city in 1834, the Commissioners' Plan of 1839 was devised, a street plan that extended to South Brooklyn. [207] The United States Post Office operates the Sunset Station at 6102 Fifth Avenue,[208] the Bay Ridge Station at 5501 Seventh Avenue,[209] and the Bush Terminal Station at 900 Third Avenue. [5], The areas west of Third Avenue are zoned mostly for light industrial usage and as such, mainly contain factories, cargo storage and other industrial buildings. [120], Another factor in the redevelopment of Sunset Park was the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which removed racially-based restrictions on immigration to the United States, causing the area to be developed by new immigrants from Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. [141] In 2018, an estimated 29% of Sunset Park residents lived in poverty, compared to 21% in all of Brooklyn and 20% in all of New York City. [41] This would be remedied by rerouting the elevated to Third Avenue south of 38th Street. The chart displays the demographics for teachers in this district. A weighted sum is used for counts of people or households, and a weighted average is used for statistics that are themselves some form of average, such as median household income. This was followed by Polish and Nordic Americans in the late 19th century and by, Italians in the 20th century. Finnish-Americans in Finn Town, 39th Street near 8th Avenue", "Birth of the NYC Co-op. Race and Hispanic origin in Sunset Park as a percentage of the total population, expressed as percentage point difference from New York. "[51] A notable exception to this was the group of single-family homes in central Sunset Park, though these were also easy to build. To overcome this we have computed reasonable estimates of the same statistics that are presented for other the entity types. Road data © OpenStreetMap contributors. While denoting the redlining-induced socioeconomic decline of the waterfront, it revealed that the uphill section was more affluent than other residential, white ethnic-dominated areas adjacent to the city's industrial and maritime economies. Ethno-racial composition per year of the age cohort as a percentage of the total population. [15] In addition, the Bergens owned several slaves, as indicated in the 1800 United States Census where 19 slaves and 8 free non-whites were recorded living at the two Bergen houses. -20% -10% -0% +10% +20% % ref. 2, U.S. Navy Fleet Supply Base, New York City Economic Development Corporation, New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, former 18th Police Precinct Station House and Stable, Landmarks Preservation Commission (Sunset Park South) 2019, "Beautiful Bay Ridge Still Show Place of Brooklyn", "The Rarely Told Story of the Real Bay Ridge Natives", "Farm line map of the city of Brooklyn, from official records and surveys; comp. Map of New York City Brooklyn Sunset Park East Demographics [179][276] The yard contains connections to two freight lines. The Canarsee Indians had several routes that crossed Brooklyn, including a path from Fulton Ferry along the East River that extended southward to Gowanus Creek, South Brooklyn (present-day Sunset Park), and Bay Ridge. [256], The Sunset Park branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is located at 5108 Fourth Avenue. Percentage of foreign born population and primary language spoken in each zip code. [25] By 1870, the first row houses were constructed in the Eighth Ward, ultimately replacing the wooden houses in the area. [22][32] Following the establishment of the ferry, the Eighth Ward finally became a desirable place to live. [103], The elevated Gowanus Parkway was constructed on the structure of the elevated BMT Third Avenue Line in 1941,[104] despite protests by 500 residents. [139]:24 (PDF p. 55)[138]:6 Additionally, 75% of high school students in Sunset Park graduate on time, equal to the citywide average of 75% of students.[138]:6. The BMT West End Line (D train) has a station at Ninth Avenue, while the BMT Sea Beach Line (N train) has a station at Eighth Avenue. [e] Nevertheless, because of the historical prominence of owner-occupied housing in the area prior to the widespread emergence of cooperative housing in apartment-oriented neighborhoods, Sunset Park's homeownership rate was at least as high as some of the city's wealthiest communities. [26], Transit to South Brooklyn started with the 1846 establishment of a ferry service to the cemetery. For instance, a 2013 guidebook stated that there were over 15 churches devoted to Hispanic congregations on Third through Sixth Avenues, while there were Chinese congregations on Seventh and Eighth Avenues. The greenway is planned to connect neighborhoods along Brooklyn's waterfront, running through the Industry City complex to the 23-acre (9.3 ha) Owls Head Park in Bay Ridge, which is also served by the Sunset Park Greenway. [106] By the 1980 United States Census, half of the residents were Hispanic, compared with less than 40% in the 1970 United States Census; meanwhile, the number of white residents had decreased greatly. The neighborhood was particularly desirable because it still retained a large number of industrial jobs on the waterfront, to the west of Third Avenue. [13] Though development of the park was precluded by its irregular topography,[55] nevertheless it became a popular gathering place for Bay Ridge and South Brooklyn residents. [43][44], Development in South Brooklyn continued even though the Panic of 1893 had resulted in the stoppage of nearly all developments in the rest of Brooklyn. [11][13] They owned two homesteads, the DeHart-Bergen House close to 37th Street and the Johannes Bergen House around 55th Street;[11][14] the former was used by the British during the Revolution. It is desirably located close to shopping and dining in downtown Wilmington. Elizabeth Canela, project manager for Totem, a developer based in Brooklyn, has become a main character in the current rezoning fight in Sunset Park. Finally, while these categories are used wherever possible, the data does not always allow this grouping, so it is important to read the footnotes of each chart to understand the definitions used therein. Custodian wanted Looking for someone in the neighborhood of Sunset Park, 43 st. and 4th ave. For approximately 5 hours/month for $100. Based on data from the 2010 United States Census, the population of Sunset Park was 126,381, a change of 7,919 (6.3%) from the 118,462 counted in 2000. [274], Several New York City Subway stations are located in Sunset Park. [275], Sunset Park also contains a network of waterfront freight railroads. The total number of households is 10,350 with 2 people per household on average.The median age of the current population is 38 with 6,470 people being married and 14,079 being single. Fire services are provided by the New York City Fire Department's Engine Company 201 and Engine Company 228/Ladder Company 114. Covering an area of 1,854.8 acres (750.6 ha), the neighborhood had a population density of 68.1 inhabitants per acre (43,600/sq mi; 16,800/km2). [26] In particular, Scandinavian immigrants were one of the largest ethnic groups in Sunset Park and Bay Ridge. Covering an area of 1,854.8 acres (750.6 ha), the neighborhood had a population density of 68.1 inhabitants per acre (43,600/sq mi; 16,800/km ). [133][134][135], Sunset Park is divided into two neighborhood tabulation areas, Sunset Park West and Sunset Park East, which collectively comprise the population of Sunset Park. Scope: population of New York and Sunset Park. In the interests of brevity and clarity we have combined several of the Census categories yielding the following mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive categories: In all cases, racial and ethnic classification is based on self-identification. [151][153] By 2009 many Mandarin speakers had moved to Sunset Park. [110], As families who had lived in the area for decades began moving out, the housing stock lost value. The newer residents tended to be poorer, leading to claims of "de-gentrification". Based on data from the 2010 United States Census, the population of Sunset Park was 126,381, a change of 7,919 (6.3%) from the 118,462 counted in 2000. [157], According to The Neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Sunset Park is bounded to the north by the Prospect Expressway and the Park Slope neighborhood, to the east by Ninth Avenue and the Borough Park neighborhood, to the south by 65th Street and the Bay Ridge neighborhood, and to the west by New York Harbor. [213][89][167] The modern-day park contains a playground, recreation center, and pool. [142][85], An early ethnic enclave in Sunset Park was Finntown, an enclave of Finnish immigrants in northern Sunset Park, which was composed of immigrants arriving during the first decades of the 20th century. Homes range in price from $75,000 to $290,000. Demographics, and Finance. As the gentrification of South Brooklyn accelerated in the 2000s, this area was rebranded as Greenwood Heights, or as South Slope. With the rise of truck-based freight shipping and ports in New Jersey, as well as the decreasing importance of heavy industry in the northeastern United States, Sunset Park's shipping sector entered a period of decline after World War II. [167] Additionally, at least five churches within Sunset Park are designed in the Neo Gothic style. Neighborhoods provided by, Updated on Sep 14, 2018, v1.1.19720e649f70d777d0434e52c26f4b34b3e23a84. Census data for NYC-Brooklyn Community District 7--Sunset Park & Windsor Terrace PUMA, NY (pop. "[117] According to Louis Winnick, over "200 small properties and 40 apartment buildings" remained abandoned as late as 1977, while "the blocks below (and often above) Fourth Avenue were defaced by the stigmata of dereliction. White 1 Hispanic 2 Black Asian Mixed 1 Other 1. [159] Developed mostly between 1892 and 1910 following earlier frame house development, it is dominated by two-story-above-basement, bayed row houses that were envisaged as "inexpensive imitations of the stately four- and five-story townhouses [...] of Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene and Park Slope. [159], Further north is the Parish of St. Rocco, a Roman Catholic parish, housed in a former Norwegian Lutheran church on 27th Street. [201] In the New York State Senate, Sunset Park is in four districts: the 17th district, represented by Simcha Felder; the 20th district, represented by Zellnor Y. Myrie; the 23rd district, represented by Diane J. Savino, and the 25th district, represented by Velmanette Montgomery. [48] Construction began in 1902,[60][61] and was completed in stages between 1911 and 1926. [121]:58, By the 1980s, there was also interest in redeveloping Sunset Park as an industrial hub. Sunset Park 50th Street Historic District, a set of 50 row houses along 50th Street between Fourth and Fifth Avenues. [167][236][237][4] The presence of Our Lady of Perpetual Help indicated the large Catholic population that originally settled in Sunset Park. Almirall. [22], Growth of the neighborhood also came with the development of the South Brooklyn waterfront. [138]:13 For every supermarket in Sunset Park, there are 45 bodegas. Ethno-racial composition by age cohort as a percentage within each age cohort. By August 1890, the Brooklyn commissioners were opening several streets in South Brooklyn. Relative Race and Ethnicity #2. Sunset Park Elementary School located in Windermere, Florida - FL. Sunset Park’s housing issues can be traced back decades but have been recently exacerbated due to an increased population, rampant threats of gentrification and the deep impact of … This page reports on the population distribution in Sunset Park, both in terms of raw head counts, and in terms of population density per square mile. Sunset Park is an area in Wilmington,New Hanover County,North Carolina with a population of 24,279. [89][91][92] The Norwegian community in Bay Ridge, the largest in the city, stretched between Fourth and Eighth Avenues south of 45th Street at its peak in World War II. Ethno-racial composition by age cohort as a percentage of the total population. Race and Hispanic origin in Sunset Park as a percentage of the total population, expressed as percentage point difference from New York. [59] Irving Bush built six warehouses on the site between 1895 and 1897, but soon observed their inefficiency, and instead devised plans for Bush Terminal, a combined shipping/warehousing complex between 32nd and 51st Streets. [78][79][80][81] At the time, row houses were falling out of favor with the upper class, which had started gravitating toward detached single-family homes in more suburban areas, notably exemplified by the garden city movement and the Prospect Park South and Ditmas Park developments in nearby Flatbush. Throughout these reports we will refer to several racial and ethnic groups, the definitions of which derive from those used by the US Census Bureau. Most of the housing inventory in the waterfront district failed to comply with a 1961 zoning resolution that subjected 2,000 residences to "rigid prohibitions against reconstruction [...], improvements [or] certain kinds of repairs"; this rapidly hastened predatory blockbusting practices. [158], The neighborhood's "brownstone belt" includes homes with brownstone, sandstone, limestone, iron, and ornamental stone-brick facades, though the majority of homes in Sunset Park are faced with brick. Usually when buildings fall into Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, like 747 4th Ave., the affordable units are based on 60% of AMI. (Oct. 1913). This small group, about 1,000 strong by 1910, worked as skilled craftsman, tailors, mechanics, and owned small businesses. [124] Industry City was also successful, and was 98 percent occupied by 1980. [69][71][72], Groundbreaking for the first section of the subway, between DeKalb Avenue and 43rd Street, took place in 1909. More expensive row houses had a raised, ground-level basement and first floor as a single duplex unit, and the second floor as another unit. [89] The Finns brought with them the concept of cooperative housing,[90] and the Alku and Alku Toinen apartment house at 816 43rd Street is said to be the first cooperative apartment building in New York City. [231]:46[232][159] While many of these places of worship are Roman Catholic or Pentecostal churches, there are also several mosques. Factors cited in the article included redevelopment along the waterfront in Industry City and Bush Terminal, the 2014 opening of Bush Terminal Park, and the use of warehouses as party and event spaces. [53][54]:3 The park would be expanded southward to 44th Street in 1904. In 1905, the Rapid Transit Commission adopted the Fourth Avenue route to Fort Hamilton; following approval by the Board of Estimate and mayor of New York City, the route was approved by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. One is the Narrows Generating Station, located at 53rd Street, which is capable of producing 297 to 320 megawatts (398,000 to 429,000 hp). U.S. Census 2010 Sunset Park's 2020 Neighborhood Favorites The votes have been tallied and the winners are in. The 65th Street Yard is located at the far south end of Sunset Park, and contains two car float bridges that can load freight rail cars onto car floats to New Jersey. Unlike the other geographical entities detailed on this site, neighborhoods are not recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau. Clay Williams for The New York Times. [233] Three mosques are located in the vicinity of 59th/60th Streets and Eighth Avenue. October 1942. [138]:8, The 72nd Precinct has a lower crime rate than in the 1990s, with crimes across all categories having decreased by 79.1% between 1990 and 2018. These were constructed by the Waldron Brothers in 1897–1898. POPULATION BY RACE AND ETHNICITY^ TOTAL POPULATION POPULATION 22% BY AGE BORN OUTSIDE THE US HAVE LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 8,537,673 132,721 New York City Sunset Park T T AV T ARK T ON V Y Y Y 0.0 22.5 45.0 0.0 Population by race Black White Latino Asian Other PAGE 2 PAGE 8 PAGE 6 Population by age Born outside US Elementary School Abseentee [265][266], Six New York City Bus lines serve Sunset Park:[267], The area is also home to the Jackie Gleason Bus Depot, renamed in 1988 in honor of the Brooklyn-born actor. support@__remove_this_part__statisticalatlas.com, Data from the US Census Bureau. Whites (non-Hispanic) as a percentage of the population (%): Hispanics (excluding black and Asian Hispanics) as a percentage of the population (%): Blacks as a percentage of the population (%): Asians as a percentage of the population (%): Multiracial people (non-Hispanic) as a percentage of the population (%): Others (non-Hispanic) as a percentage of the population (%). [6], The 2000s and 2010s brought new development to Sunset Park. [5] This was due to "redlining" implemented after the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, a federal agency, released color-coded maps in the late 1930s, indicating which neighborhoods were "desirable" for investments and which neighborhoods should be avoided. [64] The first definite plans for a Fourth Avenue subway (today's R train) were proposed by Rapid Transit Commission engineer William Barclay Parsons in 1903,[65] and two years later, a citizens' committee was created to aid the creation of the subway line. [215] One component of the greenway is Bush Terminal Piers Park, a green space between 43rd and 50th Streets that contains a pedestrian and bike path as well as baseball and soccer fields. O n a clear day, looking out over the sloshing blue-gray swell of Gowanus Bay from Sunset Park’s waterfront, you can see the Manhattan skyline. [48][49][50] On the avenues, row houses were built with commercial space on the ground floor, and the residential units were located above. [232] Several places of worship are composed according to ethnicity. [69] Construction began on the sections between 61st–89th Streets and between 43rd–61st Streets in 1913, and was completed two years later. [22], After the establishment of transport to the Eighth Ward, the region began to quickly develop as a residential neighborhood,[33] with the first speculatively-developed houses being built in the mid-1880s. In addition, immigrant groups started moving to the neighborhood in the late 20th century, and the neighborhood's population was composed of Hispanics, Chinese, Indians, and Scandinavians by the 21st century. Bush. [90] Along Fourth and Fifth Avenue, there are several buildings with commercial space on their ground floors and residential units above. 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