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Park Slope

Located in Park Slope, Brooklyn
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Park Slope: Considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City, Park Slope’s evolution has come full circle. Park Slope was originally a wealthy neighborhood until its upper class residents moved to the suburbs. Working class Italian and Irish communities took their place but were soon pushed out by growing black and Latino populations. Soon, artists and preservationists started to buy and renovate Park Slope’s historic brownstones, raising the prices... [more]

Park Slope $948 per ft² (avg.)
What's Close by?
Gowanus $637 per ft² (avg.)
Prospect Heights $767 per ft² (avg.)
Boerum Hill $924 per ft² (avg.)
Carroll Gardens $903 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

126 For Sale

2 new listings, 2 sold this week

median: $1,237,500 | $917 per ft² | 1,200 ft²   View All Listings

500 3rd Street #4
$410,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath
Co-op in Park Slope
907 Union Street #2
$899,000 for sale
2 beds1 bath
Co-op in Park Slope
208 Eighth Avenue
$3,400,000 for sale
4,520 ft²
Townhouse in Park Slope

450 For Rent

27 new listings, 14 rented this week

median: $2,950 | $43 per ft² | 900 ft²   View All Listings

426 6th Street
$3,500 for rent
20 beds1 bath
Rental Unit in Park Slope
259 8th Street
$3,500 for rent
2 beds2 baths
Townhouse in Park Slope
27 8th Avenue
$13,500 for rent
8 beds4.5 baths5,000 ft²
Rental Unit in Park Slope

5 New Developments

median: $1,695,000 | $1,218 per ft² | 1,503 ft²   View All Listings

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