Prospect Heights has recently been the recipient of one of the most magnificent buildings in Brooklyn, as Richard Meier’s glass condo One Prospect Park offer stunning park views. That’s not to mention large balconies, Zuma soaking tubs in the bathrooms, microwave ranges in the kitchens, and wiring for motorized shades on those days when you want just the right amount of sun — all bringing a new standard of luxury to Prospect Heights condominiums.
More The Prospect Heights neighborhood has co-ops too, many of them in wide 19th century brownstones that have been divided up into apartments. There are also larger apartment buildings that have bigger building amenities, for example a live-in super and shared laundry. But these perks aren’t the only amenities enticing buyers and renters to Prospect Heights. It’s a neighborhood where natural and cultural attractions abound. Imagine having Prospect Park as your backyard — and on the days when you’re hanging in Prospect Heights and want some flowers, how about the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, especially gorgeous in April when the cherry blossoms are out? For a local hangout, why not the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the second-largest art museum in New York City? For produce, Prospect Heights residents shop the Grand Army Plaza greenmarket; for other shopping and entertainment, the trendy boutiques, delicious restaurants and fun bars along Vanderbilt Avenue are all within walking distance. Less
Vanderbilt Ave. has so many good restaurants now and subway access is great.
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