The inventory of apartments is wide ranging, from Victorian Homes in the planned, suburb-like communities like Prospect Park South, to brownstones in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens to traditional high rise apartment buildings and row houses in much more urban parts of the neighborhood.
And there are a good number no fee Flatbush apartments. This is a result of the higher vacancy rates in this neighborhood than other parts of New York City. In addition, nearly 15% of the apartments are pet-friendly.
Studios for rent typically cost $950 a month vs. $1200 for a 1br apartment and $1600 for a 2br apartment.
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|2211 DITMAS AVE||16|
|700 OCEAN AVE||13|
|585 E 21ST ST||11|
|490 OCEAN PKWY||7|
|699 OCEAN AVE||5|
|1290 OCEAN AVE||5|
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Most broadly, Flatbush is made up of several neighborhoods including Prospect Park South, Beverly Square, Ditmas Park, Fiske Terrace and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. The neighborhood is defined as South of Crown Heights and Prospect Park, East of Borough Park, West of Brownsville and North of Marine Park. There is a diverse set of restaurants located along the main strips of Flatbush, Nostrand and Church Avenues.