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Class Q Buildings – Outdoor Recreation Facilities

Q1 – Parks/Recreation Facilty

Parks/Recreation Facilty

The Q1 class consists of parks. Their number for the entire NYC exceeds 1,000, the ‘greenest’ boroughs in this sense being Queens (30%) and Brooklyn (26%). Following are the Bronx (21%), Manhattan (13%) and in last place Staten Island (10%).

The areas with the greatest number of parks are Lindenwood / Howard Beach (Queens), Fort Greene (Brooklyn), Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), Douglas Mnr / Douglaston / Little Neck (Queens), and Bushwick South (Brooklyn).

Q2 – Playground

Playground

Class Q2 is represented by playgrounds. NYC has more than 500 playgrounds city-wide. The borough with the most playgrounds is Brooklyn (35%), followed by the Bronx (23%), Manhattan (18%), Queens (16%), and Staten Island (16%).

The areas with the highest density of playgrounds are Brownsville (Brooklyn), North Side / South Side (Brooklyn), Lower East Side (Manhattan), Ocean Hill (Brooklyn), and East Harlem South (Manhattan), among others.

Q3 – Outdoor Pool

Outdoor Pool

Class Q3 comprises all outdoor pools in NYC. Their total number amounts to 34, most of them being found in Staten Island (35%), Brooklyn (23%) and Queens (21%). The Bronx (12%) and Manhattan (9%) have much fewer.

Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn) have the highest number of outdoor pools, followed by New Springville / Bloomfield / Travis (Staten Island), NorthRiverdale / Fieldston / Riverdale (the Bronx), Flushing (Queens), Rossville / Woodrow (Staten Island), and Arden Heights / Greenridge (Staten Island).

Q4 – Beach

Beach

Class Q4 comprises all beaches in NYC. Out of a total of 32 beaches, more than half can be found in Staten Island (60%), a quarter in Queens (25%), then the rest is divided between Brooklyn (12%) and Manhattan (3%).

In terms of areas with the greatest density of beaches, top place is held by New Dorp, Midland Beach (Staten Island), followed by Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere (Queens), Oakwood / Oakwood Beach (Staten Island), Seagate / Coney Island (Brooklyn), and Far Rockaway / Bayswater (Queens).

Q5 – Golf Course

Golf Course

The properties under the Q5 class are golf courses. NYC has 17 golf courses, divided between Staten Island (9 golf courses), Queens (7 golf courses), and Brooklyn (1 golf course).

The areas with the highest numbers of golf courses are TodtHill / Emerson Hill / Heartland Village / LighthouseHill (Staten Island), New Brighton / Silver Lake (Staten Island), Douglas Manor / Douglaston / Little Neck (Queens), and Glen Oaks / Floral Park (Queens). Alley Pond Park / Douglaston Park (Queens), Rossville / Woodrow (Staten Island), Kissena Park (Queens), Homecrest (Brooklyn), and Fort Totten / Bay Terrace / Clearview (Queens) have 1 golf course each.

Q6 – Stadium, Race Track, Baseball Field

Stadiums, Race Tracks, Baseball Fields

The properties under the Q6 class are outdoor recreation facilities such as stadiums, race tracks, and baseball fields. There are more than 100 such facilities in NYC, most of them being concentrated in Brooklyn (49%), Staten Island (23%), and Queens (17%). A smaller number can be found in Manhattan (6%) and the Bronx (5%).

There are 2 areas with a significant number of recreation facilities in the Q6 class: Park Slope (Brooklyn) and Bushwick South (Brooklyn). Other areas with smaller numbers of Q6 recreation facilities are Stapleton / Rosebank (Staten Island), Ozone Park (Queens), and Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island).

Q7 – Tennis Court

Tennis Court

The O7 building class consists of office buildings for various professionals. They are most numerous in Brooklyn (37%), Staten Island (24%) and Queens (22%).

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of buildings in the O7 class are: Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn), Westerleigh (Staten Island), South Beach / Old Town / Dongan Hills (Staten Island), Bay Ridge (Brooklyn), Great Kills (Staten Island) and Homecrest (Brooklyn).

Q8 – Marina, Yacht Club

Marina, Yacht Club

The facilities in class Q8 are boat basins (marinas) and yacht clubs. In NYC, the majority of them can be found in Queens (49%) and the Bronx (29%), followed by Brooklyn (12%), Staten Island (9%) and Manhattan (1%).

There are 2 areas with a significant number of marinas and yacht clubs in NYC: Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere (Queens), City Island (the Bronx), and Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn). Smaller densities can be found in College Point (Queens), Broad Channel (Queens), and Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island).

Q9 – Miscellaneous Outdoor Recreational Facility

Miscellaneous Outdoor Recreational Facility

Class Q9 comprises outdoor recreational facilities in NYC of various uses. Most recreational facilities in this class can be found in Brooklyn (30%), Staten Island (21%), and Queens (19%). The Bronx (15%) and Manhattan (15%) follow.

The areas with the highest density of Q9 recreational facilities are George Town / Marine Park / Bergen Beach / Mill Basin (Brooklyn), Todt Hill / Emerson Hill / Heartland Village / Lighthouse Hill (Staten Island), and Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn).

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