The apartments for rent in Coney Island neighbor Brooklyn.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
With over a dozen neighborhood restaurants to choose from, like Footprints Cafe and Golden Krust Bakery & Grill, Coney Island residents can wine and dine themselves any night of the week. Residents can choose from either pizza or deli snacks. When your appetite can only be satisfied by the familiar, head over to Coney Island on Mermaid Ave. for a chain restaurant like McDonald's.
Stay in shape with nearby Blitz Fitness, located on Coney Island's W 24th St. As for other forms of recreation, take in some fresh air at Leon S Kaiser Playground.
Peruse the Yelp page and uncover even more Coney Island spots where you can relax with good food and great company.
Coney Island has a number of grocery stores, including Washington Apple and Mermaid Meat Corp. The stores are located on Mermaid Ave.
The Coney Island area provides residents with numerous retail options, such as Gift Shop and Discover Group Inc, where shoppers can quickly and easily find what they're looking for. For retail shopping, the apartment rentals in Coney Island are conveniently located next to Lola Staar Souvenir.
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Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
The cost of living in Coney Island, part of metropolitan Brooklyn, is less than it is in Brooklyn. The average household spends $33.9K/year in total expenditures, compared to Brooklyn's $39.1K/year.
The neighborhood of Brooklyn is somewhat different from Coney Island in terms of median age, although they are more comparable relative to household sizes and the number of households with children. The median age in Coney Island is 38, while in Brooklyn it's 34. In Coney Island, the average household size is 3 people, and it's 2.92 people in Brooklyn. Of households in Coney Island and Brooklyn, 31% and 32% have children, respectively.