Park Slope

A wondrous place to call home.

Welcome to Park Slope

A welcoming and sprawling neighborhood bordering the lush and expansive Prospect Park
Vibrant and buzzing with energy, Park Slope is a wondrous place to call home. Nestled between Carroll Gardens and Prospect Park, the location of this neighborhood is ideal. Highly coveted for its amazing schools, breathtaking outdoor spaces, and close proximity to top attractions and venues, life doesn’t get much better than it does in Park Slope.

Typical of all other area neighborhoods, Park Slope is tree-lined and packed with brownstone buildings. The history and character that each property holds is nothing shy of impressive. Individuals who are looking for a charming place to call home — situated in the center of Brooklyn's top attractions — should consider relocating to this community.

What to Love

  • Energetic environment with a laid-back attitude
  • Highly-rated public schools
  • Minutes from major attractions and venues
  • Prospect Park
  • Wonderful restaurants

Local Lifestyle

Life in Park Slope is a dream. With quick access to numerous conveniences and amenities, as well as main interstates, it’s no surprise that so many people choose to live in the area. Residents are a mere minutes from quality schools, restaurants, shops, attractions, and so much more. The overall vibe of the neighborhood is a bit more bustling than the surrounding communities. However, residential areas still maintain a quiet and peaceful vibe.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Want to experience Park Slope like a local? Knowing where area residents go for shopping, dining, and entertainment is a must.

5th Avenue and 7th Avenue are the neighborhood’s prime spots for shopping and dining. Whatever you need or want is almost certain to be found along either of these roads. 5th Avenue is most well-known for its nightlife and collection of eclectic bars. Favorite establishments include Sidecar, Le French Tart, Winemak'Her Bar, Commonwealth, Skylark, and Prospect Bar and Grill.

7th Avenue is a hub of exceptional cuisine. Down this street, be sure to check out the menu items at Taïm, Jintana Thai Farmhouse, Tenichi Ramen, 7th Ave Donuts & Diner, Purity Diner, Indian Spice, and Park Slope Deli Farm. 7th Avenue also has a robust selection of stores, including Big Nose Full Body wine shop, Barnes & Noble, Union Market, and Psychic Records.

Things to Do

Residents of Park Slope never have a shortage of things to do in their spare time. Between the arts and culture scene, and the massive park that sits along the neighborhood’s border, there are plenty of activities to be enjoyed year-round.

The biggest area attraction — both in size and notability — is Prospect Park. Spanning hundreds of acres, and welcoming over 10 million visitors each year, having this breathtaking park in your backyard is an absolute privilege. Prospect Park features a dog beach, miles of jogging paths, a lake, playgrounds, sports fields, and more. Close by, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is another awe-inspiring outdoor space.

In and around Park Slope, there is so much more to see and do. Schedule your visit to places such as Old Stone House of Brooklyn, Grand Army Plaza, J.J. Byrne Playground, Brooklyn Museum, and the Barclays Center.


Park Slope is an ideal locale for families with school-aged children. Minutes from home, there are a handful of top-rated elementary and middle schools.

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