524 FLATBUSH AVE in Flatbush - Ditmas Park

Flatbush - Ditmas Park

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As more people are drawn to the low rent of Ditmas Park apartments, and the neighborhood's convenient train access, great new restaurants and markets, Ditmas Park in Brooklyn is rapidly growing.

The area is on the B/Q line, express trains with a good track record. One bedroom Ditmas Park apartments for rent go for around $1,100, while two bedrooms apartments are typically $1,500-2,000. As more people discover the neighborhood, however, more construction is starting and rents are going up.

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Building Mix

  • 42% Pre War
  • 13% Elevator Building
  • 11% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 11% Walk-Up
  • 5% Other
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Descriptions of 524 Flatbush Ave

Whether you wanna take a walk in Prospect Park, the Prospect Park Zoo, visit the Brooklyn botanic garden or enjoy the many restaurants, sushi bars and wine bars located in this great neighborhood. The building is a 60 second-walk from the Prospect Park subway station, where one can catch the B and Q train, express to central locations in Manhattan. Less than 20 minutes to Soho, West Village and Union Square and less than 30 minutes to 34th Street, Herald Square and 42nd Street, Times Square. Enjoy the many restaurants in the area (carribean, indian, japanese, sushi, italian etc. Tony Pierre (May 2013)
Literally nestled in the jewel of Brooklyn, mere steps from the Q train, so minutes from Manhattan, near every coffeehouse, cafe, restaurant and shop that matters in the area. Shatda Shekem (Sep 2014)
Victorian style homes blend with block townhouses, and small shades divide the sprinkling of nearby organizations covering Flatbush's calm avenues. Apparel shops, liquor stores and places of worship form Flatbush's business hallways and neighborhood streetscapes. Three metros serve this Brooklyn neighborhood, guaranteeing a straightforward trek into Manhattan. Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood is a shy local location. Kenyatta Nelson (Apr 2013)
Quiet building, war building, in super, story, Exposed brick, Intercom, Tree, lined block. One Block from Prospect Park, Half a Block from the B and Q Train. Michael Grant (Mar 2012)
you're less than a block from Prospect Park and the B/Q/S trains. Did I mention that your cat and dog are welcome too. Lea Fulton (Aug 2014)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • FS B Q Prospect Park (0.05 mi)
  • B Q Parkside Av (0.41 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 16
Floor area: 7596
Year built: 1931

Nearby Schools

P.S. 375 Jackie Robinson School
Elementary
46 MCKEEVER PLACE
Ebbets Field Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
46 MCKEEVER PLACE
P.S. 092 Adrian Hegeman
Elementary
601 PARKSIDE AVENUE
P.S. 241 Emma L. Johnston
Elementary
976 PRESIDENT STREET
Brooklyn School For Music & Theatre
High school
883 CLASSON AVENUE
Brooklyn Academy Of Science And The Environment
High school
883 CLASSON AVENUE
Clara Barton High School
High school
901 CLASSON AVENUE
High School For Global Citizenship, The
High school
883 CLASSON AVENUE
International High School At Prospect Heights
High school
883 CLASSON AVENUE
M.S. 002
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
655 PARKSIDE AVENUE
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