Neighborhood Guide

Prospect Heights

Even though Prospect Heights is steeped in old-Brooklyn culture, it's also on the cutting edge of all things trendy and notable about the borough as a whole. Charming eateries, majestic Prospect Park, and quick train access to Manhattan and the rest of Brooklyn keep the scene in this neighborhood ever-changing – and ever-energized. 


The Neighbors: 

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Prospect Heights has become a natural choice for renters that might have considered downtown Manhattan the center of it all, but find free public art events more appealing than exclusive restaurant and club openings. 


Nearby Neighborhoods:  

Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, and Park Slope 


Nearest Subways: 

2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, D, N, R, B, Q 

Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $310.0K 5 $1,083 111
1 BR $399.0K 31 $1,102 130
2 BR $540.0K 53 $1,200 100
3 BR $800.0K 20 $1,186 105


Avg. Price/SqFt.

Prices Trend (2007-2019)