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The Brooklyner - Brooklyn, New York 11201
24

Brooklyn, NY 11201

$2235 - $4525

0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY (Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn)


$2235 - $4525

490 units | 0-3 Beds | 1-2 Baths

180 Montague - Brooklyn, New York 11201
25

Brooklyn, NY 11201

$3480 - $3735

0-3 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY (Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn)


$3480 - $3735

193 units | 0-3 Beds | 1-2 Baths

175 Kent - Brooklyn, New York 11211
17

Brooklyn, NY 11211

$2830 - $5230

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

South Side, Brooklyn, NY (South Side, Greenpoint...)


$2830 - $5230

113 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

544 Union Avenue - Brooklyn, New York 11215
21

Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY (Gowanus, Brooklyn)


$2500 - $5000

85 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

123 Parkside Avenue - Brooklyn, New York 11226
27

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY (Prospect Park, Flatbush...)


$2186 - $4154

0-2 Bed | 1-2 Bath

568 Union - Brooklyn, New York 11211
17

Brooklyn, NY 11211

$2400 - $5400

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY (Greenpoint, North Side...)


$2400 - $5400

95 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

34 BERRY - Brooklyn, New York 11249
20

Brooklyn, NY 11249

$2449 - $4595

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY (Greenpoint, North Side...)


$2449 - $4595

142 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

The Joan - Brooklyn, New York 11209
14

Brooklyn, NY 11209

$1350 - $1850

0-1 Beds 1 Baths Pets OK

Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY (Brooklyn)


$1350 - $1850

64 units | 0-1 Beds | 1 Baths

Bklyn Gold At 257 - Brooklyn, New York 11201
6


Brooklyn, NY 11201

$2073 - $3542

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY (Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn)


$2073 - $3542

375 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

250 North 10th - Brooklyn, New York 11211
15


Brooklyn, NY 11211

$2650 - $6625

0-2 Beds 1-2 Baths Pets OK

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY (Greenpoint, North Side...)


$2650 - $6625

234 units | 0-2 Beds | 1-2 Baths

The Union - Brooklyn, New York 11211
21


Brooklyn, NY 11211

Call for details

1 Beds 1 Baths

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY (Greenpoint, North Side...)


Call for details

95 units | 1 Beds | 1 Baths

248 McKibbin Street Apartments - Brooklyn, New York 11206
2

Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)


$2800 - $3600

90 units | 2-4 Beds | 1 Baths

193 Bedford Avenue - Brooklyn, New York 11211

South Side, Brooklyn, NY (South Side, Greenpoint...)


$3500

20 units | 2 Beds | 1 Baths

Flatbush Gardens - Brooklyn, New York 11210
19

Farragut, Brooklyn, NY (Farragut, Brooklyn)


$1050 - $2300

59 units | 0-3 Beds | 1 Baths

Living in Park Slope

Renting a Park Slope apartment in Brooklyn puts you in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the United States. Green, clean, convenient, beautiful, and trendy all apply here. New York Magazine actually ranked Park Slope its top New York choice in 2010. Named for its location on the western slope of Prospect Park, the neighborhood is roughly bordered by the park, Fourth Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, and Greenwood Cemetery.

In the late 1870s, urban sprawl reached Park Slope, first making it into one of Manhattan's "streetcar suburbs." Large Victorian mansions went up along the park. The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883 and the boom here continued, with the construction of many brick and brownstone homes. By 1890, Park Slope was the richest community in the United States. In the 1950s, however, wealthy families migrated to the suburbs. Park Slope became more working class. In the 70s, the pendulum swung back. Renovated brownstones lured in affluent professionals who displaced working class residents. This gentrification continues. Park Slope could hardly be a more desirable address now, but that doesn't it mean it won't try.

Park Slope Lifestyle and Entertainment

Park Slope's main business streets are Fifth and Seventh avenues. Among the top rated restaurants here, people praise al di la trattoria's Venetian inspired cuisine. Blue Ribbon and Café Steinhof get high marks as well. If you're looking for something less fancy, Park Slope supports restaurants appropriate for all budgets. Nightlife in the area is also active. Bars like The Gate and Loki Lounge pour cocktails for the cosmopolitan crowd.

Interesting shopping is a perk of Park Slope. There are trendy boutiques such as 4 Play Brooklyn, Brooklyn Industries, Bird, and others. More basic services get upgraded delivery, too. The 16,000+ members of the Park Slope Food Co-op pitch in 2_ hours of work every four weeks to get access to discounts on organic produce, grass-fed meat, and more. If Prospect Park's 585-acres don't satisfy your need for green space, it's time to reconsider living in the city.

Park Slope Info and the Rental Market

The residents of Park Slope are diverse, but most new recruits are younger and upper middle class. Some people call the neighborhood "stroller city" after the number of "granola moms"-eco-conscious mothers-who push their toddlers around town. Rental options are mostly in historic brick and brownstone homes, but you can find some mid-rise buildings overlooking the park. Due to rent stabilization, don't be surprised to discover that your neighbor pays as little as a third of your rent. One-bedrooms average $2,300 and two-bedrooms go for near $3,000 in Park Slope.

Park Slope is well served by the New York subway system. Lines that run here are the IND Culver, the IRT Eastern Parkway, the BMT Fourth Avenue, and the BMT Brighton. It will take you about half an hour to reach Manhattan on the train.

Park Slope Resources

The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, and the Brooklyn Museum are just a few of the attractions that keep Park Slope so highly rated. The Brooklyn Central Library is just across Flatbush Avenue. Park Slope falls between Community School District 13 and Community School District 15, giving area students access to a number of quality public and private schools. Brooklyn Community Board 6 handles Park Slope.

Park Slope Zip Codes

Zip codes serving Park Slope are 11215 and 11217.

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