280 14th Street

Park Slope

Quiet Good transportation Great food Fun nightlife LGBT-popular

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

  • 24% Walk-Up
  • 19% Pre War
  • 18% Brownstone
  • 8% Townhouse
  • 7% New Building

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Descriptions of 280 14th Street

It is characterized by its brownstones, hip restaurants, bars, and shops, and it's steps to Prospect Park (a 585-acre park which hosts free outdoor concerts in the summertime and various sports and fitness activities, including seven baseball fields On Park Slope's well-maintained streets, you'll find young couples pushing baby strollers beside artistic types heading out to dine at one of the local hotspots. Park Slope stretches from Prospect Park West to 4th Avenue, Park Place to Prospect Expressway and is serviced by the N, M, R, Q, B, D, F, 2, 3, 4, 5 subway trains and the LIRR at the Atlantic Avenue station. Marcello Mollica (Apr 2010)
PRIME LOCATION SPACIOUS GRAND ARMY PLAZA Located In Prime Park Slope, Surrounded By Amenities Like The Historic Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, "2" and "3" Trains, The Brooklyn Museum, The Botanical Garden, The Brooklyn Public Library, Trendy Shops, Bars, Restaurants, Organic Food Stores, Everything and Anything. Nataliya Pinyuk (Dec 2013)
Two large bedrooms in a Post-War building, Easy street parking along the tree lined block, Surrounded by Park Slope Restaurants, nightlife, and Laundromats, Quiet neighborhood next to schools, parks, and Libraries, Four blocks from Prospect Park, Three blocks from the F, G, R, 2, and 5 trains. Max Simone (Nov 2013)
Well Maintained Building Gut Renovated Modern Open Kitchen With Stainless Steel Appliances Dishwasher Dark Wood Cabinets and Granite Countertop Sunny Spacious Living Room 2 LARGE Separate Bedrooms High Ceilings Lots Of Natural Light Exposure Modern Bathroom With Tub and Window Sorry No Pets. Harry Garcia (Jul 2014)
Brooklyn's most family-friendly neighborhood, Park Slope is known for its beautiful sidewalks brimming with trees, the historic brownstones caressing its corners, its fabulously accessible transportation, top-rated local schools, and world class museums and cultural institutions. It is affortable while boasting excellent public schools, low crime, vast streches of green space, scores of restaurants and bars, a diverse retail sector, and a population of artists and creatives. Easily accessible and self-sufficient, Park Slope’s main avenues are filled with boutiques, restaurants, and bars serving a crowd that expects nothing less than the crème de la crème. Justin DiGiulio (Dec 2013)
The commercial impacts of the renewal can also be seen along the popular Fifth Avenue stretch, where numerous banks and bars have replaced old neighborhood staples such as the Salvation Army and once popular dollar stores. Similarly, on Seventh Avenue, many small family-owned bookstores and coffee shops saw a reduction in clientele when Barnes and Noble and Starbucks appeared in the neighborhood. Elizabeth Cox (May 2010)
Suffice to say that the neighborhood has a smattering of old school, with early twentieth century pubs and boutique butcher shops mixed in with the newest place to get an organic vanilla chai latte. Kristina Misailova Misailova (Nov 2013)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • R N D Prospect Av (0.33 mi)
  • G F 4 Av (0.35 mi)
  • R N D 9 St (0.36 mi)
  • G F 7 Av (0.54 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 25
Floor area: 22250
Year built: 1913

Building Median Rents

3br: $3,500
2br: $2,700

Nearby Schools

P.S. 124 Silas B. Dutcher
515 4 AVENUE
New Voices School Of Academic & Creative Arts
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
330 18 STREET
J.H.S. 088 Peter Rouget
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
544 7 AVENUE
P.S. 295
330 18 STREET
P.S. 039 Henry Bristow
417 6 AVENUE
Magnet School Of Math, Science And Design Technolo
511 7 AVENUE
P.S. 133 William A. Butler
P.S. 107 John W. Kimball
1301 8 AVENUE
M.S. 51 William Alexander
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
350 5 AVENUE
Park Slope Collegiate
Secondary School
237 7 AVENUE