Prospect Heights

Runs from Flatbush Avenue to the west, Atlantic Avenue to the north, Eastern Parkway to the
south and Bedford Avenue to the east.

Replete with Italianate and Greek Revival rowhouses, much of the neighborhood of Prospect Heights is actually
considered a historic district. Many of the co-ops are situated within wide nineteenth century brownstones, divided up
into apartments. You can also find larger apartment buildings that have more amenities like a live-in super and shared
laundry. The neighborhood has recently been the recipient of one of the most magnificent buildings in Brooklyn,
One Prospect Park, Richard Meier’s glass masterpiece. Large balconies, Zuma soaking tubs, microwave ranges in the
kitchens, and wiring for motorized shades are few of many amenities that bring a new standard of luxury to Prospect
Heights condominiums.

Natural, historical and cultural attractions abound in Prospect Heights. The Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Brooklyn
Botanic Garden and Grand Army Plaza greenmarket are all wonderful options to spend the day and explore the area.
But these perks aren’t the only amenities enticing buyers and renters to Prospect Heights. Vanderbilt Avenue is a
haven of delicious restaurants, trendy boutiques and lively bars, drawing visitors from all over the city.