article slide

Prospect Heights

Neighborhood Guide

Just across from Park Slope, which lies on the other side of Flatbush Avenue, Prospect Heights' popularity has boomed with the opening of Barclays Center and the gradual expansion of Pacific Park Brooklyn, which is introducing thousands of new properties to the market. New full-service, designer buildings sit next to 19th-century brownstones boasting supersize backyards and prewar apartment buildings, while Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues are vibrant commercial strips dotted with hip restaurants, bars, and cafΘs. Prospect Heights is the best of both worlds, offering easy access to dining and entertainment while maintaining family friendliness and a real community vibe.
Show MoreShow Less

FIND YOUR NEXT HOME

Search Properties in Prospect Heights.

Price 
BEDS
All
BATHS
Any

FIND YOUR NEXT HOME

Search Properties in Prospect Heights.

find properties

Things to love about Prospect Heights

  • Brownstones boasting some of the largest backyards in Brooklyn
  • Buzz-friendly dining scene, from decades-old favorite Tom's Restaurant to newly minted Michelin restaurants
  • The Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Public Library's central branch anchor the cultural scene.
  • A short walk to Prospect Park's quiet and Barclays Center's buzz
  • Dubbed the American Champs-╔lysΘes, Easter Parkway is among the most majestic thoroughfares in New York.

LOCATION

Google Map Loading...
TRAVEL TIMEFROMProspect Heights, Brooklyn, NY
TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION