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Highly sought-after livability makes quaint and serene Park Slope the Upper West Side of Brooklyn, and one of the most coveted neighborhoods in all of NYC. What’s not to love! With its tree-lined streets, historic architecture, excellent schools and amenities, and proximity to prized Prospect Park, it truly is irresistible. When the park opened in 1867, it inspired growth of this beloved area and by the 1880s and 1890s, grand Victorian mansions started lining Prospect Park West – renowned as the “Gold Coast” for its beautiful park views. Spurring more development was the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883, resulting in the construction of charming brick, limestone, and brownstone townhouses. Adding to the allure today for those fortunate enough to live here are the many indie boutiques, trendy restaurants along vibrant 5th and 7th Avenues, laid-back bars, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, not to mention Grand Army Plaza and its weekly farmers market, and remarkable transportation options.

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