Kensington's northeast corner touches Prospect Park and is bordered by Windsor Terrace to the north, Ditmas Park to the east, and Borough Park to the west. Ocean Parkway, which runs from Coney Island to Prospect Park is the main artery of the neighborhood, and the main commercial strips are on Church and Ditmas Avenues. The neighborhood has a mix of pre-war and postwar buildings on Ocean Parkway, and has many styles of 1,2, and 3 family houses on the side streets. Kensington is along the F line with stops at Ft. Hamilton Parkway, Church Avenue and Ditmas Avenue.
I work primarily with pre-war buildings in Kensington. To see some typical buildings and apartments, click here:
Clinton Hill is East of Downtown Brooklyn, between Fort Greene and Bedford Stuyvesant. It has incredible civil-war era mansions as well as brownstones and industrial loft buildings (located mainly on the north and east edges of the neighborhood). Pratt Institute is the neighborhood anchor, and there are many shopping and dining options along Myrtle and Dekalb Avenues. It is served by the G and A/C trains.
I work primarily with a loft building on Emerson Place. To see some typical apartments in that building click here:
Flatbush/Midwood/Ditmas Park - The entire midsection of brooklyn used to be called Flatbush, but also includes Prospect Park South, Ditmas Park, Midwood, and the areas around Brooklyn College and King's Highway (which are referred to as such). Brooklyn College, Erasmus High School, Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church, and the historic film studios in Midwood are all located in Flatbush, and there is great shopping and restaurants along Avenue J, Cortelyou Road and King's Highway, as well as Flatbush Avenue. Flatbush and all it's neighborhoods are served by the B/Q and 2/5 trains.