Marine Park

2260 Burnett St
New York City, NY 11229

Discover a Sense of Community Connection in Marine Park

A sense of comfort and community spirit awaits in quaint Marine Park, where single-family homes and green lawns still line the quiet streets. It’s the kind of neighborhood where residents feel comfortable taking a stroll down the street, greeting neighbors by name, even partaking in block parties and bocce tournaments. With many long-time residents, the neighborhood maintains a close-knit connection that isn’t commonly found in New York City.

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Marine Point at a Glance

demographic information


23,000 Residents

size of neighborhood


2.6 square mile
6.7 square kilometers

New York subway


Subway Stations: B Train at Kings Highway Station (Sheepshead)

neighborhoods nearby

Nearby Areas

Gerritsen Beach
Mill Basin
Sheepshead Bay

Living in Marine Point

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The Community

The star of Marine Park is its expansive Marine Park, which features over 530 acres of scenic grassland and wetlands along Jamaica Bay, as well as plenty of opportunities for enjoying the great outdoors. Explore miles of nature trails, play sports at the park’s basketball, tennis, or bocce courts or on its beautiful ball fields. Take a class at the Carmine Carro Community Center or explore the Salt Marsh Nature Center. Paddle a kayak out on Jamaica Bay or even find shopping and dining at neighboring Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Flatbrush.

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The Homes

More affordable than many of its nearby neighborhoods, Marine Park homes often feature more home—and yard—for less. Its median home values sit at $547,875, and for that price, you’re likely to get a decent-sized home with some greenery attached. Tidy streets feature narrow single-family houses dating back to the 1920s and 30s, many featuring red brick facades and slate roofing, though you’ll find a few low-rise condos and apartments scattered throughout, too.

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