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Starrett City Brooklyn | Apartment Rentals | Life in Starrett City | Starrett City Schools | Starrett City Community

Starrett City Brooklyn | Apartment Rentals | Life in Starrett City | Starrett City Schools | Starrett City Community

Starrett City Community

An urban community situated on 153 acres of lush lawns, playgrounds, grassy fields and tree-lined streets overlooking Jamaica Bay, Spring Creek Towers is a short trip from downtown Brooklyn and a stone’s throw from New York’s world-class airports.

Comprised of 46 buildings, Spring Creek Towers offers a diverse lifestyle with uncommon amenities — a fully equipped sports club, schools, a shopping center, easy access to public transportation, houses of worship, and so much more.

A culturally rich urban housing complex located on a 153-acre enclave overlooking Jamaica Bay, Brooklyn, Spring Creek Towers is one of the nation’s largest and most successful grand-scale communities.

• 8 sections
• 46 brick towers
• 5,881 residential rental units
• 15,000 residents
• Sports club 
• Cogeneration plant
• Shopping center
• Post office
• Day care center
• 2  public schools
• 8 indoor parking garages
• Opened in 1974

Starrett City has an extremely small post office that can get quite crowded. Lines can be especially long during Christmas and tax season. TIP: If you want a big package delivered to you in Starrett, It is suggested you avoid using the United States Postal Service for this type of delivery. If you are not home, they will leave the package at the Canarsie Post Office and not the one in Starrett. You will have to go all the way over to Canarsie for pick-up. Use UPS or another courier instead if you have the choice.

Starrett City's Landscape

For a place that is home to lower and lower middle income residents, Starrett City maintains an impressive park-like environment that haven't gone to ruin. Starrett's maintenance workers are largely to thank for this. Not as spectacular as back in the early 80's when Starrett was so pristine that you could walk on grass barefooted without concern for broken glass or liter, but that was another place and time. The nice park scenery is still enjoyable to stroll around in, especially in good weather.