Prospect Heights
With enviable brownstones, top-notch dining options, trendy retailers, and access to Prospect Park, young professionals have flocked to Prospect Heights in recent years. Charming and vibrant, this neighborhood is as Brooklyn as Brooklyn gets.
About Prospect Heights
17,365
People live in Prospect Heights
$125,434
Avg. Household Income
38
Avg. Age
Prospect Heights is where old-Brooklyn and new-Brooklyn meet to create something that is uniquely its own. Brownstones, antique stores, great subway access, upscale cocktail bars, some of the city’s best restaurants (and dessert offerings), on-trend shopping, and historic landmarks create a neighborhood that has become one of the hottest in the city. Despite the arrival of Barclay’s Center and its surrounding developments, Prospect Heights has remained authentically its own thing, full of culture, character, and charm. Given its proximity to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Brooklyn Public Library, it’s no surprise that in this neighborhood, aesthetics are everything.
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Family Friendly
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Traffic Ranking
#5
Out of all retail areas in Brooklyn
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