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The Park Court Collection takes root in Park Slope, a neighborhood founded in the mid 1800’s and noted for its landmarked prewar architecture and small town feel. Park Slope is a strong community that grows with you—you can’t imagine living anywhere else.

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Park Slope Brownstones
Prospect Park
Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Neighborhood

Park Court Collection takes root in Park Slope, a neighborhood founded in the mid- 1800’s and noted for its landmarked prewar architecture and community ambience. Excellent dining options abound with critically-acclaimed restaurants, such as Al Di La and Talde, and outstanding cafes and bars. With its many locally-owned retailers and restaurants, Park Slope’s neighborhood sensibility is embodied by the feeling of togetherness.

Designed by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted in 1867, Prospect Park is the true heart of this neighborhood. This 585-acre masterpiece is home to the Prospect Park Zoo, Lefrak Center at Lakeside, Smorgasburg, Celebrate Brooklyn, incredible playgrounds and so much more.