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  • I'm thinking about moving from Flatlands when my lease is up. We're noticing the lines everywhere are getting so long! We have to wait for everything and I think it's just getting overcrowded. I have loved living in this neighborhood - It's all I know since I came to NY. Anyone have a recommendation for a similar feel, just way less busy?
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  • I feel like living in Flatlands is overall nice. It's pretty quiet most of the time so you may feel like you are not surrounded by much but you are. There are a few mall areas nearby which makes certain day to day tasks easier to do. There is a supermarket, laundry, dry cleaning, hair salon, delis, libraries and more.
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22 Village Road East, Brooklyn, NY 11223
3 bed3 bath2160 sqft$671/sqft
Listing by: ES Realty Eva Shammah LLC
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38 28th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11214
5 bed3 bath
Listing by: BAY SUN REALTY INC
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  • Is Mapleton NY safe? The rate of crime in Mapleton is 8.78 per 1,000 residents during a standard year. People who live in Mapleton generally consider the northeast part of the city to be the safest. When looking at the crime map for Mapleton, remember that the rate of crime per resident may appear inflated when people visit the area during the day, but do not live there. For example, there are few retail establishments in the city. Many crimes are committed in retail areas in blocks where few people live. Red areas on the crime rate map do not always indicate danger for Mapleton residents who live there. By a simple count ignoring population, more crimes occur in the southeast parts of Mapleton, NY: about 0 per year. The northeast part of Mapleton has fewer cases of crime with only 0 in a typical year.
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  • • Mapleton Library: After two decades in smaller locations, Mapleton Library opened at its current home on the corner of 17th Avenue and 60th Street in 1955. The branch’s most popular programs include Homework Help, Story Play, Chess Club and Teen Tech Time. • Maple Lane RV Park and Marina: Maple Lane RV Park and Marina is situated right on the Siuslaw River and the fishing is great here! The Siuslaw River floats right by the park before emptying into the Pacific Ocean at Florence, Oregon. The Siuslaw River offers first-class opportunities to fish for a run of wild fall Chinook salmon, as well as a robust run of hatchery winter steelhead. Chinook salmon start showing up in the bay in August, peaking there in September. Over the next two months, the fish begin their migration up the river. The fall Chinook run ends in November. Steelhead are in the river from November through March, with February and March producing the largest concentration of fish. Fall Chinook here are typically in the 20-pound range, while steelhead average around 5 pounds. Bottomfish are available in the bay year-round. So, if you’re coming for the fishing, we’re sure that you’ll find something to catch! #mapleton
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  • Thanks to its low-key, residential atmosphere — a charming dose of suburbia within New York City — it’s no wonder many people find Midwood, Brooklyn, an attractive place to live. Located in south-central Brooklyn, this quiet neighborhood is a peaceful area with wildly affordable real estate, a few bustling commerce centers, and easy access to Manhattan. What Are the Housing Options in Midwood, Brooklyn? Here you will find lots of detached homes and older co-ops with generous floor plans and affordable price points. As of December 2021, the median sales asking price in Midwood, Brooklyn was $632,000, with a median rental price of $2,116 — an absolute bargain compared with the median asking sales and rental prices for the rest of Brooklyn, which are $925,000 and $2,675, respectively. Expect plenty of greenery and driveways too. What Is There to do in Midwood, Brooklyn? Despite its residential feel, Midwood’s main thoroughfares — notably Avenue J and Coney Island Avenue — boast just about every restaurant and shop that residents could need, says Rebekah Carver, including an array of kosher restaurants, florists, clothing shops, and beyond. For some of the city’s absolute best pizza, don’t miss Di Fara, known for their mouthwatering slices and pies. Other neighborhood staples are Mechy’s Gourmet, a kosher-style deli and restaurant, and Jerusalem Steakhouse II, known for their generous portions of Israel-style grub. Beyond the culinary offerings, Midwood is also fortunate enough to be located right near lively Brooklyn College, which means locals can take advantage of the Center for the Performing Arts’ productions. #midwood
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  • • Mapleton contains Washington Cemetery, the largest inhabited Jewish cemetery in New York. Many Orthodox Jews are buried there, as are many prominent people. The cemetery is located on Bay Parkway and stretches from 59th Street to East 3rd Street. • The neighborhood contained a park named Mapleton Park (also known as Mapleton Oval) at 62nd Street and 20th Avenue, which was completed in 1916. The field lasted through at least 1920 and was the home of the Mapleton Park Nine baseball team. The oval may have been named after an old neighborhood name for the area. Today, the legacy of the name Mapleton Park exists in a local synagogue, the Young Israel of Mapleton Park, near 65th Street and Bay Parkway (22nd Avenue). • Mapleton contains the 6.38-acre (2.58 ha) Gravesend Park, located on 18th Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets. The park was created in 1917 and was named after the nearby neighborhood of Gravesend. It contains two baseball fields, two basketball courts, fitness equipment, four handball courts, and four playgrounds. Gravesend Park was renovated in 2016 for $7.25 million. Properties in the neighborhood that were too small to develop, such as Dahill Triangle, have also been designated as parks.
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