Flatbush at a Glance
One of the original Dutch towns of early Brooklyn, Flatbush is as economically and socially diverse as any in New York. The neighborhood's proximity to Prospect Park makes it an attractive residential destination, while institutions like Brooklyn College and the restored Kings Theatre add to the vibrancy of the area.
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The Ditmas Park section of Flatbush, a historic district of free-standing Victorian homes, is one example of the neighborhood-within-a-neighborhood character that makes Brooklyn so distinct.
Constructed as a movie palace in 1929, the theatre was restored and reopened to the public in 2015 as a performing arts venue.
Essentially the southern border of Flatbush, Brooklyn College is part of the CUNY educational system and is highly regarded for its Georgian-style buildings and famed alumni.