Classic Brooklyn/Modern Life

An epicurean neighborhood that boasts tree-lined streets dotted with cafés and restaurants, small shops, and of course, Prospect Park.


The Vision Zero Project will dramatically alter the look and feel of 4th Avenue for the better, adding bike lanes and beautifying medians. Recently, Vision Zero was specifically mentioned as a priority project by De Blasio.

The project timeline allows you to purchase a home in the area before the changes to 4th Avenue drive up property values significantly.


An iconic neighborhood, and established community where historic charm lives side-by-side with a continually evolving landscape of possibilities for its residents.

Discover artisanal delights by local creatives next to unique shops and mellow dining spaces designed for the interesting and curious local community. This area is very well served by the NYC subway, but its charms and attractions will likely keep you exploring about.


Designed by legendary landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, nearby Prospect Park offers over 500 acres of programmed green space. Visitors enjoy walking trails, playgrounds, and sporting fields, as well as the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the extraordinary LeFrak Center at Lakeside. This is the hub of the neighborhood, and the heart of the community. Bring family, meet friends, take the dog for a jaunt at the dog beach, or amble solo; it’s the heart that beats throughout Park Slope.

Click here to learn more about Olmsted's Legacy.


Industrial warehouses turned art galleries, concrete mixing plants turned breweries, scrap yards turned programmed green spaces. Nearby Gowanus, Brooklyn’s burgeoning, alchemical center for artists and culture, will introduce you to new spaces and artisanal tastes, from Brooklyn Fencing and Gotham Archery, to some of New York’s best Korean Barbecue at Insa just across the avenue or Gowanus’ staple for Italian fare, Bar Tano.

Gowanus is organically moving away from its industrial roots amidst creative spaces, casual eateries, and modish music venues erected by its residents.