There are nine beautiful parks located throughout Berkley enabling residents and visitors to take advantage of healthy outdoor activities. Seven of these parks include playground equipment, six have ball fields, but only one include a public ice skating rink and that is the Community Park. The Community Park spans 17.9 acres and features the ice rink, jogging paths, ball fields horse shoe pits, a playground, public parking, a community center, bathrooms, a snack bar and tennis courts. Angel Park and Merchants Park have the only public basketball courts and Jaycee Park and the Pattengill Playground& Ball field have the only soccer fields.
According to the United States Census of 2010, Berkley was home to 14,970 residents and had a population density of 2,646.2 people per square mile. According to city-data.com the estimated median household income in Berkley was $65,644, which is significantly more than the state estimated median household income of $46,859. Estimated home or condo value in the city was $136,464 and median gross rent was $1,061. Public education in Berkley is provided by the Berkley School District. There are four elementary schools; Angel, Burton, Pattengill and Rodgers elementary schools. There is one k-8 School, Norup International. Older students attend at Anderson Middle School or Berkley High School. Private school students attend at Our Lady of La Salette, a Roman Catholic School.
Berkley is a thriving and friendly city located conveniently in the Detroit area among a variety of employment, education and entertainment possibilities. Quiet streets, beautiful green spaces and parks, as well as it’s peaceful neighborhoods welcome new residents. Homes for sale range from starter homes up through elegant contemporary structures and historic sprawling homes. Other real estate options include town homes and condominiums for sale or lease, as well as apartments and houses for rent. Local agents await to help you find the perfect space for you to call home. Read less –