Located on the southeast corner of Prospect Park, Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a peaceful residential area that is home to wide, tree-lined streets with a vibrant West Indian community. The neighborhood offers some of the city's most desirable turn-of-the-century architecture for a fraction of the price of its neighbors across the Park but the emphasis on long-term home ownership has restricted fast development and kept many homes form being divided up into individual apartments. Those looking to rent their new home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens may have a harder time finding an apartment in a high-rise or luxury apartment complex due to the lack of inventory.
Neighborhood: Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn
Population Density: 10,7764, with a population density of approximately 77,149.00/ square mile (Brooklyn pop density is 34,917 per 2008 data)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Crown Heights, Park Slope South, East Flatbush
Public Transit: Q/B (Prospect Park & Parkside Avenue), 2/5…