Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, New York City
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Cypress Hills is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City, United States, lying north of City Line and south of Cypress Hills Cemetery, in the far northeastern corner of Brooklyn. It is abutted on the west by Bushwick, on the south by City Line, and on the east, across the Brooklyn-Queens border, by Woodhaven and Ozone Park.
Depending on one's definition, the southern border of the neighborhood is Conduit Boulevard or Sutter Avenue.
The northern part, north of Atlantic Avenue, is mixed, with Hispanic-Americans, South Asian-Americans, African-Americans, and European-Americans.
The southern part is composed of African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans, and a scattered presence of South Asian-Americans.
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