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by Robert DeFalco
on Thursday, March 12th, 2015 at 12:14pm.
Park Slope, quite simply, is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City. Located in northwest Brooklyn, this community has been chosen by a multitude of publications and groups as the best of the best, including New York Magazine and the American Planning Association. With it’s charming tree-lined streets, Park Slope offers residents top-rated restaurants, bars, shops and the best of the best when it comes to recreation and culture. The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music all call Park Slope home.
A host of top quality public and private schools make this a perfect destination for growing families; well-served by the subway, Park Slope is ideal for commuting or enjoying the city for all it has to offer. Fortunately, living in Park Slope means chances are whatever you need is right outside your door.
Park Slope enjoys a rich architectural history, with many historic row houses, brownstones, and Queen Anne, Renaissance Revival and Romanesque mansions dotting the neighborhoods. Home buyers looking for classic, well-tended brownstones or condos will find an incredible assortment in this Brooklyn neighborhood.
“Green” is a good word for Park Slope; near-by Prospect Park pulls runners, bicyclists, sports enthusiasts and hikers into its urban oasis. Green spaces are important to Park Slope residents and you’ll find an abundance of community gardens and farmer’s markets as well as places to gather and relax.
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