NYC Apartments for Sale in Park Slope

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Park Slope in Brooklyn

Park Slope is located in northwest Brooklyn, and considered one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods due to high quality public schools, eclectic dining, thriving nightlife, quality public transit, green spaces, safety, and creative capital. Surrounded by Prospect Park, Fifth Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, and Prospect Expressway, the trending neighborhood features some of NYC's most favored destinations including, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Central Library.

The neighborhood has been called NYC’s most desirable neighborhoods and one of the greatest neighborhoods in America by New York Magazine and American Planning Association respectively. The neighborhood is characterized by its diverse mix of residents and businesses, all supported and preserved by its active and involved citizenry. Residents of Prospect Park have easy access to a slew of subways options to connect you to the rest of the city, including the 2, 3, 4, 5, D, N, R, B and Q lines.

 

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Aaron Aaron

236 17th Street, Park Slope, Prospect Heights

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Park Slope is one of the most beautiful and coveted parts of Brooklyn, and this beautiful boutique condo building is the perfect addition to this lovely area. The outside reflects the classic, tree-lined streets of the area while the inside of the one, two, and three-bedroom residencies are prime examples of luxury NYC living.

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Park Slope, Prospect Heights

379 Prospect Avenue- condo for sale in Brooklyn

This 7 unit condominium at 379 Prospect Avenue in the beautiful Park Slope takes advantage of the natural light.

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Park Slope

466 15th Street

Located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, 466 15th Street was originally constructed in 1905 across the street from Prospect Park.