Welcome to Prospect Heights
Brooklyn’s cross-cultural center.
What to Expect
Access to Brooklyn’s hottest destination venues without sacrificing a Manhattan-friendly commute.
Culture-rich: downtown dining and shopping options are as noteworthy as public culture hubs from libraries to museums and park spaces.
Relatively affordable multi-level brownstones and walk-up buildings.
It’s relatively easy to find affordable housing options on Prospect Heights. Multi-level brownstones surround Atlantic Avenue and the areas bordering Barclays Center, while elevator buildings increase as you approach Grand Army Plaza and the park. Rent stabilized apartments aren’t unheard of in this market and have helped keep rental prices low in comparison to surrounding neighborhoods such as Park Slope and Fort Greene.
You'll Fall in Love With
The diverse and deep-rooted sense of community and culture.
One of Prospect Heights’ biggest draws lies in its sense of community. Diverse communities have started and run businesses, congregated along with the same blocks, and frequented the same shops for generations. Cash-only coffee shops enjoy just as much love as trendy music lounges, and a deep sense of history pervades everything from free concert series to small business appreciation days. What Prospect Heights lacks in designer labels and movie star residents, it makes up for with cultural cred that continues to endure the test of time.