Prospect Park and Ditmas Park

Albemarle Road, Prospect Park South

Albemarle Road, Prospect Park South

Prospect Park South features some of the most glamorous single-family, wood-frame 'mansions' built in the 1890's-1920's between Church Avenue and Beverly Road, and was designated a Landmarked Neighborhood in 1979: PDF

Ditmas Park is another subdivision, but is used to describe most of Victorian Flatbush, describing the area between Beverly Road and Avenue H, with Cortelyou Road being the main commercial hub.  The neighborhood generally has 1-2 family homes built in the 1890's-1920's on the named streets, with pre-war elevator and walkup multifamily buildings on the numbered streets.

Both neighborhoods feature beautiful architecture, tree-canopied streets and a laid-back vibe. 

 

Transportation

Q local and B express trains, multiple bus routes.

 

Restaurants & Bars

Prospect Park South's Church Avenue features Wheated, Buffalo's Finest, Anarkali and more, while Cortelyou Road offers Lea, Purple Yam, Castello Plan, Mimi's Hummus, Brooklyn Industries, Flatbush Food Coop, and many more. 

Activities

Newly renovated King's Theater at Beverly Road and Flatbush Avenue, Cortelyou Road Farmer's Market on Sundays,