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. Served by the B and Q trains, and multiple bus lines, commercial property in Flatbush is being coveted for reasons of population density and future growth opportunity. The neighborhood is a known residential area which is great for families as it’s near Prospect Park. A few of the local attractions include the Kings Theatre, Bar Chord, Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts, and the street art of Juan Carlos Pinto.
Residential Market: 2018
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Investment Sales: 2018
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Additional Demographics: 2015
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B6, B8, B35, B41, B44, B49, Q35
The Ditmas Park section of Flatbush, a historic district of free standing Victorian homes, is one example of the neighborhoods-within-neighborhoods style often found in Brooklyn.
Establishing its brand in Brooklyn, Nike Flatbush is further evidence of the growth in confidence national retailers are now bestowing on Brooklyn with its large and deep consumer base.
Essentially the southern border of Flatbush, Brooklyn College offers both graduate and undergraduate programs as part of the CUNY educational institution and is highly regarded for its Georgian style buildings and famed alumni.