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Prospect Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215 - 1 BR 1 BA Apartment
Listing uploaded and marketed by Joseph Ruiz, Urban Realty, (917) 858-1444. Property Description* Park Slope is a name-brand Brooklyn neighborhood known for its organic food markets and picturesque. Prospect Park, charming cafes, and plenty of public amenities contribute to the neighborhood's small-town vibe. Tree-lined sidewalks, manicured stoop-front gardens, and a community-wide love for gathering spots and greenery are among the natural perks of living here. Park Slope’s nightlife is a balanced mix of cozy dives and wine bars, specializing in locally-brewed beer and live music. On any given night, Union Hall is packed with residents playing bocce ball or catching a late night improve act or cover band. Unit Features* Hardwood Floors Tile Floors Range/Oven Refrigerator Kitchen Cabinets Living Room Ceiling Fan Decorated Fireplace Full Bathroom 1.5 Bedroom Renovated *Please Use Listing ID when contacting me to Know Your Inquiry Listing ID # (NOTE: MUST HAVE 680 AND ABOVE CREDIT SCORE WITH INCOME THAT’S 40X THE RENT, NO EXCEPTIONS.) *IF you have ANY questions, Comments, or Concerns PLEASE CONTACT: Joseph Ruiz Email: JRuiz.email@example.com Call or Text # 917-858-1444 If this does not meet your property needs, we will be happy to work with you until you are satisfied. We have other apartments available so if you decide to change your mind. Thank you and Have a Blessed Day. Office information: Urban Realty 426 4th Avenue Brooklyn NY, 11215 Joseph Ruiz (917) 858-1444 [ Published 18-Sep-17 / ID 1695552. ]
Located in northwest Brooklyn, Park Slope has long been considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City, if not the entire country. Family-friendly yet hip and sophisticated, the streets of Park Slope are lined with immaculately maintained brownstone and limestone townhouses that take you back to the Brooklyn of yesteryear.
No longer viewed as Manhattan’s poor stepchild, Park Slope has top-rated schools, a low crime rate, a varied collection of restaurants, bars and boutiques, plenty of green space and even more creative types that uber-trendy Williamsburg. It’s no wonder that Park Slope appeals to both parents and professionals alike.
With Manhattan just a few miles to the west, Park Slope affords commuters a relatively easy trip via the subway.