There’s more to Park Slope than just its proximity and connection to Prospect Parks. It has a rich history and offers a beautiful blend of old brownstone architecture and greenery.
Long Island City
Long Island City had the honor of being an independent city for about three decades before it became part of New York City in 1898.
Brooklyn Heights is well known for its tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and its easy and quiet atmosphere.
Midtown West, also known as Hell’s Kitchen, has grown past its industrial roots, and it’s now a thriving residential neighborhood.
SoHo has changed a lot of colors over the last 400 years and has evolved into a unique blend of industry, artistry, and history.
Roosevelt Island has seen a lot of change in the last five centuries. Its streets are still dotted with the remnants of its dynamic history.
Upper West Side
The Upper West Side is a populous neighborhood full of attractions, lively food establishments, and home to a large, diverse community.
Riverdale offers a unique mix of urban and suburban environments and a lot of greenery and natural beauty.
Chelsea offers a unique mix of history and new development and is home to a diverse and highly inclusive population.