105 4TH AVE in Park Slope

Park Slope

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Park Slope, often known as the baby stroller capital of the world, very much lives up to its reputation but is so much more than that.

While many young parents with children inhabit the neighborhood because of its excellent education system and proximity to Prospect Park, its lovely tree-lined streets, community focus, and selection of restaurants make it a wonderful neighborhood for anyone to live in.

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Building Mix

  • 21% Brownstone
  • 20% Walk-Up
  • 19% Pre War
  • 8% New Building
  • 7% Other
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Descriptions of 105 4th Ave

Park Slope features historic buildings, top-rated restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as proximity to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Central Library as well as the Park Slope branch of the Brooklyn Public Library system. Generally, the section from Flatbush Avenue to Garfield Place (the "named streets") is considered the "North Slope", the section from 1st through 9th Streets is considered the "Center Slope", and south of 10th Street, the "South Slope". The neighborhood takes its name from its location on the western slope of neighboring Prospect Park. Park Slope is an affluent neighborhood in northwest Brooklyn, New York City. Near restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Allan Obando (Apr 2014)
Prospect Park makes up the neighborhood's "back yard, " transportation is plentiful, local schools are top-rated, and the area boasts several world class museums and cultural institutions. Any way you slice it, Park Slope is the very definition of a well-rounded neighborhood. Anthony Cruz (Mar 2014)
Boerum Hill shares the tree-lined Brooklyn brownstone aesthetic, the trendy shops, and the renowned dining on Smith St with its sister neighborhoods, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. Kamilah Cook (May 2011)
A huge grocery store stocked with delicious fresh produce, proteins, and everything else needed for gourmet meals and a healthy diet about two blocks away. Unique boutiques (prepare for constant compliments on your style) and restaurants to fill your belly in every direction. Sully Klein (Jul 2013)
The location is fantastic, just a short walk to all your transportation needs at Atlantic Terminal and bring your pets. This modern, elevator building boasts a doorman, attended lobby and a live-in super. There is a shared roof-deck for those laid back summer evenings. Michael Colombo (May 2012)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • R N D Atlantic Av - Pacific St (0.22 mi)
  • R N D Union St (0.31 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Atlantic Av (0.31 mi)
  • B Q Atlantic Av (0.35 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Bergen St (0.38 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 8
Floor area: 6366
Year built: 1931

Nearby Schools

The Math & Science Exploratory School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
345 DEAN STREET
Brooklyn High School Of The Arts
High school
345 DEAN STREET
M.S. K266 Park Place Community Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
62 PARK PLACE
P.S. 038 The Pacific
Elementary
450 PACIFIC STREET
P.S. 282 Park Slope
K-8
180 6 AVENUE
Metropolitan Corporate Academy High School
High school
362 SCHERMERHORN STREET
Brooklyn Technical High School
High school
29 FT GREENE PLACE
P.S. 032 Samuels Mills Sprole
Elementary
317 HOYT STREET
New Horizons School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
317 HOYT STREET
P.S. 261 Philip Livingston
Elementary
314 PACIFIC STREET
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