Sheepshead Bay is a shore community by Brighton Beach that got its name from
a local fish. Sheepshead Bay is a gateway spot for most of the New Yorkers
from the city life. Sheepshead Bay feels like a safe haven because it is
type of place where routine is routine, and few unwanted surprises lurk
around the bend.
Sheepshead Bay Residents & Culture
Sheepshead Bay is inhabited by Irish American, Jewish, and
Italian American residents. Recently, the neighborhood is home to immigrants
from china, Russia, Korea, Israel, Italy, Egypt, and Lebanon. There are few
inhabitants are retirees who manage the fishing village community.
Sheepshead Bay City Residences
Sheepshead Bay rents ranges from $500 to $1800 based on the
size of the apartments. Sheepshead Bay features a wide array of one family
Victorian homes, two-family houses, townhouses, and low- rise apartment
buildings. The ocean views here are lovely and beach-front homes and
apartments are available.
Sheepshead Bay City
Transportation & Commuting
Sheepshead Bay is 60 minutes to
Midtown and 50 minutes to Downtown. The D and Q train stops at Sheepshead
Bay. Most residents commute by buses. Buses 7, 8, 31, 36, and 68 serves