597 VANDERBILT AVE in Prospect Heights

Prospect Heights

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Prospect Heights is relatively small in the realm of Brooklyn neighborhoods, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in character.

Nestled between the lush greenery of Prospect Park to the south, the gem of Fort Greene to the north, the suburban comfort of Park Slope to the west, and the urban flavor of Crown Heights to the east, this culturally rich community has become a diverse middle-class outpost right in the heart of Brooklyn.

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Building Mix

  • 27% Pre War
  • 17% Walk-Up
  • 12% Brownstone
  • 11% New Building
  • 8% Other
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Descriptions of 597 Vanderbilt Ave

This is a vacant land building sitting in the Prospect Heights towering at 3 stories, with 2700 square feet of floor area in its 2 units. It was built in 1930.

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • C A Clinton - Washington Avs (0.29 mi)
  • B Q 7 Av (0.36 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Grand Army Plaza (0.37 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Bergen St (0.51 mi)
  • 4 5 2 3 Eastern Pkwy - Brooklyn Museum (0.58 mi)

building details

Floors: 3
Units: 2
Floor area: 2700
Year built: 1930

Nearby Schools

M.S. 571
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
80 UNDERHILL AVENUE
P.S. 009 Teunis G. Bergen
Elementary
80 UNDERHILL AVENUE
I.S. 340
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
227 STERLING PLACE
Acorn Community High School
High school
561 GRAND AVENUE
P.S. 011 Purvis J. Behan
Elementary
419 WAVERLY AVENUE
P.S. 022
Elementary
443 ST MARKS AVENUE
M.S. K266 Park Place Community Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
62 PARK PLACE
P.S. 316 Elijah Stroud
Elementary
750 CLASSON AVENUE
Satellite Three
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
170 GATES AVENUE
Elijah Stroud Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
750 CLASSON AVENUE
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