Prospect Heights Co-ops For Sale

Prospect Heights is just north of Park Slope, bounded by Flatbush, Atlantic and Washington Avenues to its north, west and east, and Grand Army Plaza at its southern border. A major appeal for anyone moving to Prospect Heights is the neighborhood’s proximity to major Brooklyn Cultural Institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum, created in 1895, which has over a million pieces of art within its walls and just wrapped up its “David Bowie Is” exhibit. Next door is The Brooklyn Public Library’s main branch, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and Prospect Park by way of Grand Army Plaza. This walkable neighborhood also has many restaurants, cafes and bars.

The neighborhood is a mashup of old and new. Many of the quiet tree-lined blocks in Prospect Heights feature rows of beautiful Brooklyn Brownstones and townhouses, which give the neighborhood a tight knit community feel, and its new development luxury condos gives it a modern touch. The area has seen a lot of construction in recent years, especially with the notable Pacific Park Project that is expected to bring 6,000 rental apartments and condominiums to be built by Greenland Forest City Partners. As the construction continues, even more change is coming to the neighborhood. According to Gib Veconi, the chairman of the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, (an organization founded in 2004 that has advocated for historic preservation and traffic calming, among other issues), the Census Bureau’s 2014 American Community Survey predicts that upon completion of the Pacific Park Project, the population in Prospect Heights will grow to almost 34,000 in 2025, from around 19,600.

Residents in Prospect Heights enjoy a variety of local restaurants, cafes and bars. For lunch you can visit White Tiger, a contemporary Korean food eatery, or grab dinner at Cheryl’s Global Soul for Caribbean soul cuisine, and for that sweet tooth, head to Ample Hills Creamery for a wide array of ice cream flavors and toppings. Residents looking for night time can visit Weather Up, the neighborhood’s speakeasy that serves creative cocktails, or new comer Bier Wax, a hip-hop bar that serves a rotating list of local beer and only plays music from traditional records. The neighborhood is also just a few minutes’ walk to Barclay’s Center which offers more options for concerts and entertainment.

There are many options for transportation in the area and residents of Prospect Heights can enjoy their community without the headache of a long commute into Manhattan. The 7th Avenue B/Q trains, C train at Clinton Washington, the 2/3 trains at Grand Army Plaza and Bergen Street, and the N, R, 4 and 5 trains at Atlantic Barclays Terminal all service the neighborhood.

Originally designed for Morris Turner himself, apartment 16D sits in the tallest building on Eastern Parkway with abundant, protected views that will never be lost to new development.$4,950,000
Unit 3B at 83 Underhill is a two bedroom co op in the heart of Prospect Heights.$750,000
Brimming with original detail and situated in a prime location in Prospect Heights you will find 207 Park Place.$1,545,000
Located on the elevated first floor of this classic Prospect Heights cooperative, Apt.$830,000
NO BOARD APPROVAL ! SPONSOR UNIT NEWLY RENOVATED.$699,000
HUGE SELLER INCENTIVE ! !$649,000
TERRIFIC NEW PRICE ! This well proportioned one bedroom apartment is located in a pre war co op building on tree lined Lincoln Place in the North Slope.$629,000
SPACE, LOCATION AND VALUE !$775,000
Huge amp ; beautiful studio on the 3rd floor of a full service, 24 hour door person, pre war building.$389,000
Exceptional 2 bed 1 bath corner unit located on one of the best blocks in Brooklyn.$850,000
Located on coveted Plaza Street in a pristine Art Deco full service doorman elevator building, this home is a serene top floor oasis with southern and western exposures.$800,000
PHOTOS COMING. Move right into this newly renovated two bedroom coop that conveniently straddles Park Slope and Prospect Heights.$725,000
Rarely available 1 Bedroom in an iconic, pre war building.$495,000
Built in 1928 and designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela, 47 Plaza Street West is one of the most sought after full service buildings in Park Slope.$2,400,000
$450,000
Stunning modern design meets iconic old world New York in this 2 bedroom, 2 bath work of art at the prestigious 39 Plaza Street West in North Park Slope.$995,000
A WARM WELCOME. Run dont walk to this lovely home !$850,000
Rarely available 1 Bedroom in an iconic, pre war building.$495,000
Cozy meets Charming at the border of Prospect Heights and Crown Heights !$535,000
Opportunity knocks in this high floor one bedroom apartment with outrageous views of Brooklyn, Manhattan and beyond.$635,000
NO BOARD APPROVAL ! SPONSOR UNIT NEWLY RENOVATED.$705,000
More space than you ever thought was possible !$1,230,000
As seen on Modern Love. Gracious living at this elegant, pre war, three bedroom home with stunning, south facing views of Mt.$1,875,000
This home in the highly sought after C line is available for the first time in decades Bring your architect !$1,850,000
Your new home is on a beautiful tree lined street in Prospect Heights.$799,000
Spacious Sun Drenched Apartment Near it All !$1,159,000
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