455 Ocean Parkways

Kensington and Parkville

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Kensington and Parkville is the area South of Prospect Park and the Greenwood Cemetery in central Brooklyn.

The neighborhood consists of a diverse mix of cultures and traditions. It is located west of Ditmars Park and Prospect Park South, south of Windsor Terrace, east of Borough Park, and north of Midwood.

The land now known as Kensington was first colonized by Dutch farmers in the 17th century and then re-settled by British colonists in 1737.

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Kensington and Parkville map

Building Mix

  • 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 25% Pre War
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator Building
  • 7% Private House

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Descriptions of 455 Ocean Parkways

24/7 Doorman, 24/7 camera surveillance, 18 story building, Roof top with a Summer Swimming pool ( open from 10 am, 6pm with Supervision of a lifeguard Garage in the building ( waiting list Laundromat in the building. 24/7 Grocery stores, Public library, various restaurants, cafes, bakeries, Deli's, 3 blocks down into Ditmas park, you have a huge variety of Restaurants, Bars, and lounges. Salomon Danielov (Oct 2012)
Post-war building, Roof deck, Attended lobby, Elevator, Laundry room, Lobby, Roof access, Doorman, High-rise building, Live-in super, Luxury building, Laundry in building, Garage, Tree-lined block, School nearby. Bolivar Linares (Jun 2013)
This full service building offers a full time doorman, 2 elevators, laundry facilities, parking garage, and a rooftop with a SWIMMING POOL and stunning city and Verrazano Bridge views. Rami Avadi (Jun 2013)
Located just blocks away from the Q train and minutes away from Prospect Park, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Barclay's Center and great shops. Vonetta Humphrey-Elder (Sep 2013)
The F train runs along the western part of the neighborhood with stops at Fort Hamilton Parkway, Ditmas Avenue, and 18th Avenue. James Gibbs (Aug 2010)
Hardwood floors, separate kitchen, lots of closets and a great view in a doorman elevator building make this hard to beat. Anthony Robustelli (Sep 2013)
Post-war elevator building with laundry, heat and hot water included, pets okay upon approval, parking available. Chauncey Palmer (Sep 2014)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • F Ditmas Av (0.41 mi)

building details

Floors: 15
Units: 147
Floor area: 201462
Year built: 1964

Building Median Rents

Studio: $1,400
2br: $2,450
1br: $1,750

Nearby Schools

J.H.S. 062 Ditmas
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
P.S. 179 Kensington
P.S. K134
4001 18 AVENUE
P.S. 217 Colonel David Marcus School
P.S. 139 Alexine A. Fenty
Urban Assembly School For Criminal Justice
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
4200 16 AVENUE
J.H.S. 223 The Montauk
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
4200 16 AVENUE
P.S. 164 Caesar Rodney
4211 14 AVENUE
P.S. 192 Brooklyn
4715 18 AVENUE
P.S. 245