Prospect Heights at a Glance
Anchored by Barclays Center, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Museum on each end of this trapezoidal-shaped neighborhood, you have one of the best-kept secrets in Brooklyn. Of course, the secret is out with many new condominium projects sprouting up and young families eagerly acquiring their first Brooklyn homesteads. The neighborhood has three major retail corridors along Flatbush, Vanderbilt, and Washington Avenues.
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Prospect Heights boasts a variety of locally-owned bars, restaurants, and cafés alongside some of Brooklyn’s most prominent attractions including Barclays Center, which is home to the Brooklyn Nets and features dozens of top tier events every year.
New York City's third-largest art museum features approximately 1.5 million works of art.
One of Brooklyn's hidden gems, this neighborhood retail corridor is filled with specialty shops, restaurants, and cafes.