Living in the Prospect Park South neighborhood of Brooklyn


Selected No Fee Apartments in Prospect Park South

View ALL of the available no fee apartments in
Prospect Park South. Below are a sampling of what is on the market.

$2,446
1 Bedroom
$2,446
1 Bedroom
$2,845
1 Bedroom / Flex 2
$3,272
2 Bedroom
$3,135
1 Bedroom
$2,307
1 Bedroom
$3,503
2 Bedroom
$2,631
1 Bedroom / Flex 2
$1,300
1 Bedroom
$2,838
1 Bedroom / Flex 2

Prospect Park South Apartments

Prospect Park South is noted for its incredibly ornate, single-family homes. Around the turn of the century, this community began to develop into a high-class, almost suburban neighborhood.

 

Around the early 1900s, new housing in the area was placed under strict restrictions, with all structures given a minimum size of 3500 square feet. Today, it is difficult (although surely not impossible) to sign your name NY apartment lease in Prospect Park South.

 

Considered to be located within Flatbush, the neighborhood of Prospect Park South can be said to be bordered to the north by Church Avenue, to the east by Beverley Road, and between Coney Island Avenue and Bedford Avenue.

 

Quiet, Quaint Life in Prospect Park South

Living in Prospect Park South apartments means living in a quiet, leafy area just south of Brooklyn's beautfiul Prospect Park. Designed by Olmstead and Vaux in the mid-19th century, Prospect Park offers its neighbors expansive greenspace, breathtaking displays of nature, as well as the notorious boathouse. When this residential neighborhood was being developed, it focused on the motto rus in urbe, meaning country in the city. This statement holds true through today, as many of these well-preserved houses still stand make this community so peaceful.

 

For running errands around the neighborhood, there are plenty of retail establishments on Church Avenue near the north side of the area. One such place is the vegetarian eatery, Strictly Vegetarian, which serves up large portions of delicious, and sometimes spicy cuisine.

 

Residents of Prospect Park South apartments have easy access to the Beverley Road Station which services the MTA's B & Q trains for a quick trip into Manhattan. Although there are limited choices in subway lines, residents can take the B or Q trains to the Franklin Avenue shuttle or to the Atlantic Avenue station to make a transfer to almost every other NYC subway line. Residents also have the option of taking Brooklyn's crosstown B35 bus to access other Brooklyn areas from the Gowanus Bay to Kings Highway. 


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