Clason Point is a neighborhood in New York City, New York with a population of 27,111. Living in Clason Point offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Clason Point there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families live in Clason Point and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Clason Point are above average.
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Clason Point Reviews
Most of the community is Hispanic and/or African but we all pretty much get along with each other. I wouldn't say that we get together necessarily, it's more like we would help each other if we see they need help and just have proper manners like saying good morning, or holding the door for people behind us. But they mainly stick together with people in their culture. We all pretty much have the same economic situations, so we pretty much 'get' each other in terms of needs and just, we don't judge each other based on that. Overall, it's a pretty good community and we pretty much have our own rules and follow them and because of that we live peacefully.
We use to have a bunch of promblem relating to gang activity , drug activity and just people staying outside past 12. As well as people who don't even live here, coming in so easily. But now no one can stay outside past 10 and if you don't have your keycard, you would have to sign in with an ID and tell the security what building your going into and apartment. They also installed new cameras and there are more police around when it starts to get late and if the crowd outside starts to get big, they separate them.
My neighborhood is very family oriented. Everyone on that block has lived there from generation to generation. The only downfall is that it's far from the subway. You must take the bus which stops running after a certain time, otherwise Commonwwealth is a very quiet and safe neighborhood.