Right above Prospect Park, and sandwiched between Park Slope and Crown Heights, Prospect Heights is home to some of the premiere entertainment in Brooklyn, while also being a peaceful neighborhood full of families and fun times.
Part of the original city of Brooklyn, Prospect Heights was an important part of the agricultural practices and trade routes of the Dutch colonists who controlled the land in the 1600's. After the American Revolution, Brooklyn's population began to grow rapidly, and the land of Prospect Heights was sold to the city in order to build housing.
The original grid for Prospect Heights was drawn in 1833 and constructed in 1834, based largely on how the land had been run by the farmers who settled there. However, Brooklyn decided, as streets were still being constructed, to lay a new grid all together in 1839. A deal was struck to keep the streets already constructed which is why some of the streets in Prospect Heights are…
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