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Sat Apr 12, 2014
Sam Gold answered:
Good morning! "Shepherd" train stop of C train.
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Mitchell Feldman answered:
Dear michaelgiacobbe2012:

You can get subway, bus or walking directions to and from anywhere in the city at www.HopStop.com.

Sincerely,
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales/ e-Pro Realtor
Fillmore Real Estate
Office: (718) 252-2000/ Cell: (917) 805-0783
Email: MitchellSFeldman@aol.com
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Jean Paul Ho answered:
What is the question? Visit NYCTransit.com or Hotstop?Sorry for getting back to you so late! Thank you for your inquiry! Please call us at the office @ 1-718-875-8899 or 718-272-8988 so we can schedule an appointment ASAP. The secretary will assign you to a salesperson.We are open 7 days a week Monday Through Friday 9:00 AM to 9;00 PM Sat & Sun 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM We are member of Brooklyn New York MLS & Manhattan REBNY MLS

For more listing visit:
www.BrooklynRealProperty.com,


Office 1-718-875-8899
Brooklyn Real Property, Inc.
Downtown Brooklyn Office
389 Atlantic Avenue (Bet: Bond & Hoyt Street)
Brooklyn New York 11217
1-718-875-8899
Canarsie Office
9201 Flatlands Avenue (Corner of East 92 Street)
Brooklyn New York 11236
1-718-272-8988
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Jean Paul Ho answered:
# 3 train on Livonia Avenue or A & C Train on Pensylvania Avenue (Now called Granville Paine Blvd)
or go the Broadway Junction (A,C,J,L,Z) Take Belt Parkway exit 14 & 15 but during rush hour best to take Atlantic Avenue or Interborough- I have made it from Lowest East Side of manhattan within 30 Minute by driving during rush hour! Sorry for getting back to you so late! Thank you for your inquiry! Please call us at the office @ 1-718-875-8899 or 718-272-8988 so we can schedule an appointment ASAP. The secretary will assign you to a salesperson.We are open 7 days a week Monday Through Friday 9:00 AM to 9;00 PM Sat & Sun 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM We are member of Brooklyn New York MLS & Manhattan REBNY MLS

For more listing visit:
www.BrooklynRealProperty.com,


Office 1-718-875-8899
Brooklyn Real Property, Inc.
Downtown Brooklyn Office
389 Atlantic Avenue (Bet: Bond & Hoyt Street)
Brooklyn New York 11217
1-718-875-8899
Canarsie Office
9201 Flatlands Avenue (Corner of East 92 Street)
Brooklyn New York 11236
1-718-272-8988
... more
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Jean Paul Ho answered:
No problem- we hae many - Visit our website! Sorry for getting back to you so late! Thank you for your inquiry! Please call us at the office @ 1-718-875-8899 or 718-272-8988 so we can schedule an appointment ASAP. The secretary will assign you to a salesperson.We are open 7 days a week Monday Through Friday 9:00 AM to 9;00 PM Sat & Sun 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM We are member of Brooklyn New York MLS & Manhattan REBNY MLS

For more listing visit:
www.BrooklynRealProperty.com,


Office 1-718-875-8899
Brooklyn Real Property, Inc.
Downtown Brooklyn Office
389 Atlantic Avenue (Bet: Bond & Hoyt Street)
Brooklyn New York 11217
1-718-875-8899
Canarsie Office
9201 Flatlands Avenue (Corner of East 92 Street)
Brooklyn New York 11236
1-718-272-8988
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Sat Jun 26, 2010
Infiniteintelproductions answered:
ENY varies from block to block. I am renting in a nice building for moderate rent on a rather nice block. I am renovating the apt. myself and it is becoming quite beautiful and comfortable. My landlord is more than appreciative as she will easily get a higher rental price when I leave. It has been less expensive for me to make the apt. comfortable than to pay $2,500 plus in Manhattan at this time. I use my income saved to finance my film projects. Soon, however, I hope to move to a decent neighborhood. Currently, I have a neighbor directly underneath me with a grown son (age 36 plus) who is little more than a common criminal and all of the other 3 tenants are on edge as such. We look out for the others' mail, etc. Also, I have to phone the police for noise complaints at least twice a week stemming from loud music to this man's screaming rage with various women. It's tantamount to a surreal urban street film scenario.

So, I am sleep deprived and my co-workers are concerned. Nonetheless, I persist and I am trying to work on my projects as best as I can because there is a better life on the horizon.
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Tue Jul 10, 2007
R answered:
I have lived in ENY for over 30 years. While ENY has experienced a revitalization, it remains a neighborhood in need as it is generally a low-income community with its share of gangs, drugs, and prostitution issues. Like much of Brooklyn, ENY is different from block to block, area to area - some areas are more caribean, some more latin, some more african american. It has numerous housing projects and, in between, a few nice blocks with private homes. The schools are not the best. ENY's strength is that it borders Ozone Park, Howard Beach, Canarsie & Starrett City. These surrounding communities offer services like banks, safer schools, shopping, doctors, etc. One commentor mentions Gateway Mall - there is a community being built adjacent to it, but you just have to drive up and look at those homes to see that they are an insult to your hard-earned money. So if you find a nice block, with neighbors that are employed and actually live in the homes they own, you may feel comfortable living in ENY. But please please please don't overpay. Save your money for Canarsie or Ozone Park. Just my opinion. ... more
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