Neighborhood

Park Slope

A place to grow together in Brooklyn’s most sought after neighborhood

Park Slope is a strong embodiment of all things Brooklyn. An open-minded and artistically inclined population enthusiastically lends its support to an assortment of businesses and vendors. Known as the “Other Fifth Avenue,” Fifth Avenue in Park Slope is a hotbed for laid-back, family-oriented businesses and homegrown food and beverage concepts. It is home to all things retail in Park Slope. Seventh Avenue acts as another hotspot for residents and includes top-rated schools, restaurants, bars, and health clinics. 

Historic brownstones and Prospect Park define this tree-lined neighborhood, and recent developments have carried its charm into the 21st century. Strollers and children of all ages are a constant presence on the sidewalks, as are dog walkers heading to the park. The neighborhood is far enough away from Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan to offer a breather from the daily hustle, big enough for a diverse range of housing types, and secluded enough to offer the quiet serenity of a New York-style suburb.

Neighborhood video

37.9

Average Population Age

115,955

Population within 1 mile radius

$ 160,803

Average HHI within 1 mile radius

4,957

Businesses within 1 mile radius

$ 1.9

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Annual Spending within a 1 mile radius

Transportation

  • 15 St - Prospect Park (F, G)
  • Prospect Av (D, N, R, W)
  • 4th Av - 9 St (F,G, D, N, R, W)
  • Grand Army Plaza (2,3,4)
  • 7 Av (B, Q)
  • Union St (D, N, R, W)
  • Bergen St (2, 3, 4)
  • Atlantic Av - Barclays Ctr (2,3,4,5,B,D,N,Q,R)

Dining

  • Purbird
  • Al Di La Trattoria
  • Runner Up
  • Stone Park Cafe
  • Patsy's Pizzeria
  • Bricolage
  • Miriam
  • Sushi Katsuei

Shopping

  • “The Other 5th Avenue”
  • Beacon's Closet Park Slope
  • Fig
  • KIWI
  • Aesop
  • Bhoomki
  • Something Else on Fifth
  • A Cheng
  • BLOK HILL

Culture

  • Night Hawk Cinema
  • Barbés
  • Brownstones
  • Old Stone House of Brooklyn

Parks

  • Prospect Park