Dyker Heights, with its array of shops, services and amenities, attracts residents looking for a diverse selection of day-to-day options located within minutes of their front door. There's something for the whole family in Dyker Heights, which features plenty of shops and conveniences for kids and parents alike. For that special place near Dyker Heights, expand your search to neighborhoods like Bay Ridge and Brooklyn.
Food, Libations and Recreation
Food variety includes juice bars, pizza and deli snacks. If drinks are on the agenda, try one of the local options, like Oz Bar. To add to that, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Domino's Pizza and Blimpie Subs & Salads. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Dyker Heights's Regina Opera Co makes it easy to catch a fine arts performance any day of the week.
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Dyker Heights has a number of grocery stores, including Faicco's and Friends Twenty Four Hour Mini. The stores are located on 11th Ave.
The Dyker Heights area provides residents with numerous retail options, such as Creations From The Heart and Regina Gift Shop, where shoppers can quickly and easily find what they're looking for. For retail shopping, the apartment rentals in Dyker Heights are conveniently located next to Emmanuel's Gift Inc.
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Neighborhood School Stats
Schools near the apartments in Dyker Heights are New Utrecht High School, I.S. 259 William McKinley Jr. High School and Leif Ericson Day School. Though the information here is meant to give you a good approximation of the school district options near the rentals in the area, it's generally a good idea to confer with local district officials for final word on what schools your children will attend.
Demographics and Cost of Living
Dyker Heights offers a more economical way of life than other nearby cities in Brooklyn, such as Bay Ridge. Despite similarities in nature, Dyker Heights reports an average cost of $61.7K/year per household, while Bay Ridge's average household expenditure per household amounts to $69.0K/year.
The neighborhood of Bay Ridge is somewhat different from Dyker Heights 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 Dyker Heights is 32, while in Bay Ridge it's 35. In Dyker Heights, the average household size is 2.73 people, and it's 2.25 people in Bay Ridge. Of households in Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge, 30% and 23% have children, respectively.