Prospect Heights at a Glance
Anchored by Barclays Center on one end, and Prospect Park on the other, Prospect Heights encompasses one of the most unique locations in all of Brooklyn. Throw in the Brooklyn Museum on the third corner of this trapezoidal-shaped neighborhood and you have one of the best-kept secrets in Brooklyn. But the secret is a secret-no-longer as many new low-rise condominium projects are sprouting and young families are eagerly acquiring their first Brooklyn homesteads. The neighborhood has three major retail corridors, Flatbush Avenue, Vanderbilt Avenue, and Washington Avenue. A few of the local attractions in Prospect Heights include Ample Hills Creamery, Olmstead, Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbeque, Milk Bar, Woodwork and more! The area is serviced by the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, R and the LIRR.
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Prospect Heights is filled with a variety of locally-owned bars, restaurants and cafés alone with some of Brooklyn’s most prominent attractions including the Barclays Arena, home to the professional sports franchises Brooklyn Nets, New York Islanders and hundreds of top tier concert shows every year.
Construction is underway and four of the 15 buildings have topped out in this dramatic neighborhood addition that will create over 6,000 residential units.
One of Brooklyn's hidden gems -- filled with specialty retail, restaurants and cafes