If you ask Brooklynites what a classic Brooklyn neighborhood is, most likely all who answer will mention Park Slope. Bordered by Boerum Hill to the west, Prospect Heights to the north, Greenwood Cemetery to the south, and Prospect Park to the east, Park Slope is one of Brooklyn’s largest and most diverse neighborhoods. The families and residents that share Park Slope are savvy and eco-friendly dwellers with a refined neighborly appreciation. The neighborhood is home to several major subway stations including Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, 7th Avenue, Bergen Street and Grand Army Plaza. Easily accessible and self-sufficient, Park Slope’s main avenues are filled with boutiques, restaurants, and bars serving a crowd that expects nothing less than the crème de la crème. The best feature of the neighborhood is its vicinity to Prospect Park. The public park was designed by the same architects as Manhattan’s Central Park, Frederick Law Olmsted, and Calvert B. Vaux. For kids and families, there are amenities like the Prospect Park Zoo, the Prospect Park Carousel and horseback riding at Kensington Stables. In addition to these attractions, the park offers stunning open fields, running and biking paths, as well as countless spots to stop and have a picnic or barbecue. Take a stroll through one of the Park Slope’s bustling retail passageways of 5th, 6th, and 7th Avenues, and you’ll see for yourself why New York Magazine crowned Park Slope the number one neighborhood in all of NY. Park Slope offers attractive, tree-lined streets accented by stunning architecture, an outstanding public school system, parks and a profusion of eateries.