Kensington & Parkville at a Glance
The central Brooklyn neighborhood of Kensington is slightly different, architecturally-speaking, than the neighborhoods surrounding it. While there are the occasional brick rowhouses, the predominant housing style is detached one-family Victorians With mostly families living in the area, Kensington provides a quiet environment for its residents. A few local attractions include Prospect Park and Green-wood Cemetery.
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Kensington’s main commercial corridors are located on Coney Island Avenue, Church Avenue, Ditmas Avenue, and McDonald Avenue. The neighborhood is seeing an influx of retail offerings as more young families are making their home in the area due to the community feel and attractive prices.
At 585 acres, Olmstead and Vaux's masterpiece is the literal and figurative heart of Brooklyn.
This 478-acre cemetery is a lush and sprawling site and also a National Historic Landmark.