With the large migration of the Cantonese as well as some Fuzhou people in Brooklyn now to Bensonhurst, and along with new Chinese immigration, other small Chinatowns have also started to emerge in other parts of Bensonhurst like 18th Avenue and Bay Parkway, but integrated with other ethnic groups and businesses.The As a result, Bensonhurst now has several small emerging Chinatowns, but they are more scattered and mixed in with other ethnic enclaves in contrast to the Homecrest/Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn where there is only one small emerging Chinese enclave on Avenue U.The IND Culver Line along Mc Donald Avenue, carrying the Subway stations in the neighborhood include New Utrecht Avenue / 62nd Street, 71st Street, 79th Street, 18th Avenue, 18th Avenue, 20th Avenue, 20th Avenue, Bay Parkway, Bay Parkway, 25th Avenue, Avenue N and Avenue P.
In the 1950s, under pressure of an influx of immigrants from southern Italy and with new housing being built in the suburbs, the Jewish population began to decline and eventually, after several decades, most of the Jewish population left the neighborhood, leaving the area predominantly Italian.
With a large Italian-American population, Bensonhurst is usually considered the main "Little Italy" of Brooklyn.
However, there are small numbers of Fuzhou and Mandarin speakers.
According to the Daily News, Brooklyn's Asian population, mainly Chinese, has grown tremendously not only in the Sunset Park area, but also in Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights, and Borough Park.
In Bensonhurst alone, from 2000 to 2010, the Asian population increased by 57%.
The study also shows that Asians very often live in houses that are divided into studio apartments, which means there is a possibility that the increased Asian population could be more than what the census represents and causing stressors on the growing Asian population in Brooklyn. Post Office-Parkville Station located at 6618 20th Ave., was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.Turns out that repeatedly yelling about Ditka and “da Bears” in a thick Chicago accent is just as entertaining in game show format.This spot-on spoof of melodramatic Lifetime movie tropes is anchored by a perfectly creepy Bill Hader, whose natural gravitas and impressive range of eyebrow movement made him the go-to game show host during his parodies in its day, but the simplest approach — putting in a bunch of your best original characters (and original cast members) and letting them run wild — is still the best one.train is directly connected from the Grand Street station in Manhattan's Chinatown (紐約華埠) to this rapidly growing Chinese enclave between 18th Avenue and 25th Avenue, and it is indirectly connected to the 8th Avenue Chinatown by the On 86th Street, Bensonhurst is home to growing Chinese restaurants including the 86 Wong Chinese Restaurant, which is one of the earliest Chinese restaurants and businesses to be established on this street.Chinese grocery stores, salons, bakeries, and other types of Chinese businesses are also expanding swiftly on this street.With an increase in the area's real estate values, long-time homeowners sold their houses.