Park Slope at a Glance
With great public and private schools, Park Slope is a magnet for families and consistently makes Top 10 lists as one of the most livable places in all of New York City. Taking its name from the iconic Prospect Park which runs along the neighborhood's eastern edge, the area is also known for its diverse restaurant and retail corridors along 5th and 7th Avenues.
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There is much to love about Park Slope, from its tree-lined brownstone streets to its friendly restaurant and retail corridors, but the crown jewel of the neighborhood is undoubtedly Prospect Park. Designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux, fresh off the success of their Central Park, the beautiful open space attracts visitors from all over the world.
At 585 acres, Olmstead and Vaux's masterpiece is the literal and figurative heart of Brooklyn.
Grand Army Plaza
Designed by Olmstead and Vaux as the main entry point to Prospect Park, the Plaza is a National Historic Landmark.