Neighborhood Guide

Neighborhood Guide




Park Slope

“Park Slope is bounded by Prospect Park to the east, Fourth Avenue to the west, Flatbush Avenue to the north, and Prospect Expressway to the south. Additionally, many break up Park Slope into “North Slope” (section from Flatbush Avenue to Garfield Place), “Center Slope” (section from 1st through 9th streets) and “South Slope” (south of 10th St.).”

“In 2010, New York Magazine ranked Park Slope the #1 neighborhood, based in part on the neighborhood’s great public schools, dining options, shopping, public transportation access, parks, and safety.”

“Besides its close proximity to Prospect Park, Park Slope is well known for its beautiful and immaculately maintained brownstone buildings, as well as the Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne residences that are found in the landmarked Park Slope Historic District on the western edge of Prospect Park.”