Park Slope

Park Slope is the perfect neighborhood for those looking to escape the tumult of the bustling Manhattan. This neighborhood includes what has been dubbed the Central Park of Brooklyn, Prospect Park. Residents flock to the park of 526 acres to enjoy a quick run, group picnics and public events hosted throughout the year. You will find commerical avenues such as 5th Avenue that is populated with vintage shopping boutiques, trendy bars and laid back cafes to enjoy time with friends and family. The charming feel and public amenities of Park Slope make this a great community to call home.

Neighborhood Tags

  • Brownstones
  • pet-friendly
  • Green spaces
  • Tranquil feel
  • Tree-lined streets
  • Artsy
  • Pet-friendly
  • vibe
    What to Expect Beautiful parks and open spaces
  • love
    You'll fall in love with Brownstones and the tree-lined streets.
  • lifestyle
    The LifestyleA welcoming small-town vibe.

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Prospect Park
  • Brooklyn Museum
  • Barclays Center
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • 5th Avenue
  • Grand Army Plaza

Located in northern brooklyn

Nearest Subway

  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • B
  • D
  • F
  • N
  • Q
  • R

Commute Times

Grand Central, 42m by train, 30m min by car

Wall Street 30m by train, 22m by car

Union Square 38m by train, 21m by car

Columbus Circle 50m by train, 50m by car

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Explore Park Slope

Park Slope is a neighborhood made for those who seek a small-town feel without having to sacrifice a lively shopping and dining scene.

Park Slope has undeniably been growing in population and popularity. Orginally colonized as a Dutch farmland in the 1700's, today Park Slope has become a hub for those seeking to live in one of Brooklyn's most popular neighborhoods, while still living close to Manhattan. The neighborhood has an amazing restaurant scene, entertainment venues and apealing scenic streets. Living here means that you wlll enjoy many of the public green spaces ideal for a relaxing escape. Residents enjoy visiting Prospect Park and Brooklyn Botanic Garden to enjoy the natural beauty that the neighborhood has to offer. This neighborhood has a slow-paced appeal that makes coming home something to look foward to. 

New York City skyline from Park Slope, Brooklyn

Park Slope has more than just the best green scencery of Brooklyn. Park Slope boasts trendy cafes, restaurants and shopping boutiques that are the reason why new comers are moving into the neighborhood and residents are staying here. 

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What's Around you

In this neighborhood you will find an array of great activities to choose from. From Museum, parks, flower gardens and vintage shopping. There is always something for you to do in Park Slope.

Main Entrance of Brooklyn Museum
The Prospect Park boathouse

This quaint neighborhood is a quintessential example of historic Brooklyn with its brownstones and tree-lined streets. Located steps from the 15th Street/Prospect Park F train is the famous Prospect Park. Park attractions include, a zoo, boathouse, botanical garden, concert venue for the summer and many sporting venues. This green oasis has become a treasure of Park Slope and the surrounding neighborhoods. At Brooklyn Museum you will be able to witness over 1.5 million art pieces spanning from the history of ancient egypt to the contemporary art of today. For large sporting or musical events, Barclays Center acts as a hub for entertainment hosting events from home basketball games to top musical artists. Neighborhood staples include the new 7-screen Nitehawk movie theater, while a variety of restaurants, shops and bars all surrounding Prospect Park will keep you busy and entertained. If you are into small shopping, Park Slope is the perfect place for it. The neighborhood is home to vintage boutiques that offer unique clothing items and stores that feature local designers. 

Buildings in Park Slope