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Clinton Hill one of the most sought-after neighborhoods to live in.
Yet Clinton Hill is on the upswing. The northern part of the neighborhood, anchored by Pratt Institute's 25 acres, is the site of a renaissance, with retail and residential developments reflecting the neighborhood's growing appeal. Pratt will soon break ground on a six-story building on Myrtle Avenue that will serve retail, admissions and academic purposes.
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The Society for Clinton Hill, which once led a house tour yearly, now does so every other year. (The next will take place in May 2013.) The Brooklyn Academy of Music's Afro-Punk music festival, which had its debut a few summers ago, will return to Clinton Hill this year. The area is known for churches like Queen of All Saints, a French Gothic structure on Vanderbilt Avenue. And the local branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is on Washington Avenue.
Fort Greene Park -- next door to Clinton Hill -- is beloved by many residents. And Brooklyn Flea, a new market showcasing local vendors, will start on April 6 and continue each Sunday at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, a block away in Fort Greene.
The C and G subways serve the area. Both stop on Washington Avenue; the G also stops at Classon Avenue.
Bus lines include the 54, along Myrtle Avenue, and the 52 along Greene Avenue. The 69 runs north-south along Vanderbilt Avenue, shuttling passengers to and from Prospect Park.