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Park Slope

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Park Slope tops lists of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn and New York City, and for good reason: it's tree-lined, calm, and sophisticated; boasts excellent schools and amenities; and sits right alongside the oasis that is Prospect Park. The mix of residential and commercial streets is finely tuned, and transportation is remarkable. Park Slope, which is mostly landmarked, has been able to hold on to its authentic character, with pristine 19th-century brownstones (some still adorned with working gas lamps), limestones, and prewar buildings, and new low-rise developments. It's easy to see why this classic neighborhood is a perennial favorite among professionals and families.
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Things to love about Park Slope

  • Highly sought-after livability makes it the Upper West Side of Brooklyn.
  • Balanced mix of brownstones, limestones, and prewar apartment buildings
  • Indie boutiques, smaller chain stores, varied restaurants, and peaceful residential blocks are within walkable distance of each other.
  • Wide array of outdoor opportunities in Prospect Park

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TRAVEL TIMEFROMPark Slope, Brooklyn, NY
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