The neighborhood of Bloomfield is part of the city of New York, New York.
There are a lot of green spaces to enjoy in Bloomfield. More specifically, it is very easy to get to public green spaces in the neighborhood, since there are approximately 20 of them nearby for residents to explore, such as Staten Island Industrial Park and Old Place Creek Tidal Wetlands Area. Finally, it remains relatively serene in this neighborhood, thanks to the presence of very few people out and about on the streets.
A majority of the housing growth in Bloomfield happened between 1960 and 1980. In this part of the city, roughly half of buildings are single detached homes, and the remaining dwellings are mainly duplexes and townhouses. Home owners occupy around 80% of the dwellings in Bloomfield whereas renters occupy the remainder. This neighborhood also has a good choice of housing size options - properties range from lofts to four or more bedrooms.
This part of New York does not have any high schools or primary schools. In terms of food, reaching the closest supermarket on foot is practical for some, but not all, property owners in this neighborhood. There are also a few choices for those who value close by restaurants and cafes.
The preferred approach to move around in Bloomfield is usually driving. Most real estate listings are a reasonably short car ride from the closest highway, such as Staten Island Parkway, and it is very easy to come across a parking spot. On the other hand, this area is not an especially pleasant part of New York for moving around by public transit. Nevertheless, there are a few bus lines crossing the neighborhood, and it is convenient to reach a nearby bus stop from most houses. It is challenging to commute by bike in Bloomfield as there are very few bike lanes, and the terrain is not especially flat. Bloomfield is also not very conducive to traveling on foot since common amenities such as barbers or laundromats can be an occasionally long walk away.