SOPHISTICATED, ETHICAL, PEACEFUL
Park Slope is a name-brand Brooklyn neighborhood known for its organic food markets and picturesque, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks. Prospect Park, charming cafes, and plenty of public amenities contribute to this kid-friendly neighborhood's small-town vibe. In addition, it is known for its expensive brownstones, and its proximity to an array of culture, like the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, as well as the beauty of Prospect Park, and the lovely Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. You will notice the historical names of the streets along your journey, like Lincoln, Berkeley, Union, and Garfield. Upscale amenities in the heart of Brooklyn, minus the late night noise, this peaceful and sophisticated town boasts pet-friendly sidewalks, plenty of outdoor space, with a casual upscale dining and drinking scene. Most of all, you’re bound to fall in love with the views along the scenic Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the pace and diverse activity options. Thanks to the enduring architectural and greenspace appeal, Park Slope has a reputation for natural beauty and a modern lifestyle. In general, life in Park Slope feels more suburban and well-established than other parts of Brooklyn. Tree-lined sidewalks, manicured stoop-front gardens, and a community-wide love for gathering spots and greenery are among the natural perks of living here. Writers, artists, and other creatives love Park Slope for the pace, which is relatively slower than you’ll find in other central Brooklyn neighborhoods. Cafes and wine shops, as well as book cafes, cater to happy hour crowds and linger-all-day creatives alike. Let’s not forget the home of our very own Brooklyn Beauty/Fashion Labo where you can casually shop sustainable wares and fashion, as well as beauty and wellness including the entire BBFL 7 Aroma product line! Dinobu grocery store carries a variety of Japanese ingredients and prepared goods and we are happy to offer them in our store for you! Park Slope’s nightlife is a balanced mix of cozy dives and wine bars, specializing in locally-brewed beer and live music. On any given night, Union Hall is packed with residents playing bocce ball or catching a late night improv act or cover band.
Park Slope should be a model community for sustainability and responsible stewardship; It advocates for responsible use of natural resources in the community and promotes better practices for the environment.