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Bay Terrace Neighborhood Summary
Many affordable real estate options are currently on the market in Bay Terrace, including well-kept homes for larger families, smaller, more modest and affordable homes for small families and first time homebuyers, and units within multi-family properties. If you're looking for the covenience of a commuter-friendly neighborhood but have a limited budget, check out one of Bay Terrace's variety of reasonably priced homes. Call us today for more information.
History of Bay Terrace
Much of Bay Terrace's development took place during the 1950s, back when the neighborhood was referred to as Bay Terrace Avenue. The area experienced a population increase during the 1970s that spurred the construction of additional housing in the form of single family homes as well as townhouses. Commercial construction also grew and eventually, a shopping center was build on the site of a local swimmg club.
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Bay Terrace's Nearby Neighborhoods
Bay Terrace's Nearby Amenities
The neighborhood is spread out over thirty-three streets with the majority of its businesses situated in the shopping plaza on Greaves Lane and a few others scattered over various parts of Bay Terrace. Great Kills Park with its dock and marina borders the neighborhood, and Latourette Park is just a few miles away in the neighborhood of Lighthouse Hill. Bay Terrace is served by PS 53 as well as other private schools and pre-schools in surrounding areas.
Bay Terrace Schools
Bay Terrace is close to a number of public and private schools for K-12 students. For a map and more detailed information of schools you can find all across Staten Island, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Bay Terrace
Bay Terrace can thank part of its growing popularity to having its own SIR station located on Amboy Road. Additionally, commuters can easily get off the island via local and express buses that stop on Hylan Boulevard. Car commuters can access New Jersey by the Outerbridge Crossing or Brooklyn and Manhattan using the Staten Island Expressway to the Verrazano-Narrow Bridge.
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