|Buildings:||5 rental buildings|
2 condo buildings
This area is very ethnically diverse and spread out. A large Indian population dominates, and with it many streets filled with delicious Indian restaurants, spice markets, boutiques and knick knack store. If you love Indian food, a trip over the Journal Square is worth it: walk the streets sampling samosa and naan, then pop into a tea cafe. The area of town itself is more spread out, with six-lane boulevards, resembling more a small town rather than an outskirt of NYC.
An eclectic range of row homes and loft spaces.
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|$1,675||2-Bedroom at 57 Sip Avenue|
|$1,900||1-Bedroom at 55 Skillman Avenue|
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Demographics-wise, the neighborhood is a mix of Indian, Hispanic and African American areas which blend with artists seeking inexpensive loft space. Some big name artists live and work in Journal Square, bringing in crowds during open studios.
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|rental statistics as of 18/Apr/2015.|