Park Slope

Brooklyn

About

Park Slope is that hip, family neighborhood with a classic, literary feel. It’s home to many vintage stores, fair-trade coffee shops, the famed Park Slope Food Coop, and Brooklyn’s only children’s bookshop. Think tree-lined streets, historic brownstones, and, true to rumors, strollers everywhere. Adjacent to Park Slope are the vast, rolling meadows of Prospect Park where you can go skating at the LeFrak Center or spend a day visiting the animals at the Prospect Park Zoo. End your night at local favorite Mission Dolores for craft drinks and pinball games.








Locations in Park Slope


Buildings in Park Slope


236 6th Ave

Park Slope, Brooklyn
8 Apartments · Built 1920
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99 Park Pl

Park Slope, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1883
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99 Berkeley Pl

Park Slope, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1888
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96 Prospect Pl

Park Slope, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1921
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947 President St

Park Slope, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1900
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945 President St

Park Slope, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1900
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Average Rents in Park Slope
Average rents for a 2 bed in Park Slope are $2,989.