Park Slope Apartments for Rent

Updated - March 24, 2017
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Upcoming Open Houses
Fri, Mar 24 5:45pm - 7:30pm
$1,950
Studio, 1BA at 812 Carroll Street
Sat, Mar 25 1:30pm - 3:00pm
$2,900
2BR, 1BA at 223 Seventh Avenue
Sun, Mar 26 12:00pm - 1:00pm
$5,500
3BR, 2BA at 740 Union Street
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1 Bedroom, South Slope Rental for $2,900 - Photo 1
South Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,900
Per Month
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Lior Ben-David
No Fee
1 Bedroom, Central Slope Rental for $2,350 - Photo 1
Central Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,350
Per Month
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35 mins ago
Russell Dinstein
Park Slope Expert
2 Bedrooms, North Slope Rental for $2,850 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,850
Per Month
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3 hours ago
Dmitry Yakhnis
Exclusive
4 Bedrooms, South Slope Rental for $5,000 - Photo 1
South Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$5,000
Per Month
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1 hour ago
Yotam
No Fee
3 Bedrooms, South Slope Rental for $2,800 - Photo 1
South Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,800
Per Month
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1 hour ago
Jonathan Brown
1 Bedroom, South Slope Rental for $1,995 - Photo 1
South Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$1,995
Per Month
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1 hour ago
Julio Fernandez
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No Fee
2 Bedrooms, South Slope Rental for $3,400 - Photo 1
South Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,400
Per Month
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3 hours ago
Dmitry Yakhnis
2 Bedrooms, North Slope Rental for $2,650 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,650
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Heylin Cabrera
1 Bedroom, North Slope Rental for $2,898 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,898
Per Month
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3 hours ago
Vladimir Baron
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No Fee
2 Bedrooms, Central Slope Rental for $3,770 - Photo 1
Central Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,770
Per Month
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Jacob Henderson
No Fee
Open House: Sat, Mar 25, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
2 Bedrooms, North Slope Rental for $3,800 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,800
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Shannon Kausch
1 Bedroom, North Slope Rental for $3,895 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,895
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
1 Bedroom, North Slope Rental for $3,134 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,134
Per Month
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22 hours ago
Matthew Canale
Park Slope Expert
No Fee
1 Bedroom, North Slope Rental for $3,295 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,295
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
2 Bedrooms, Central Slope Rental for $3,500 - Photo 1
Central Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,500
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
2 Bedrooms, North Slope Rental for $4,000 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$4,000
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
1 Bedroom, North Slope Rental for $2,900 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$2,900
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
3 Bedrooms, Central Slope Rental for $3,600 - Photo 1
Central Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,600
Per Month
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22 hours ago
Matthew Canale
3 Bedrooms, Central Slope Rental for $4,950 - Photo 1
Central Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$4,950
Per Month
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2 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
2 Bedrooms, North Slope Rental for $3,400 - Photo 1
North Slope, Park Slope, South Brooklyn, Brooklyn
$3,400
Per Month
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3 hours ago
Brett Comeaux
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Park Slope Apartments
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Named after the sprawling 585 acre Prospect Park designed by Frederick Olmsted, Prospect Park is home today to many young professionals, creative types and many families. While Prospect Park may not be the trendiest, it is considered one of the safest and most appealing places to live and raise a family in the city. The neighborhood is known today to be one of the wealthiest and most desirable within Brooklyn and much of New York City. Those looking to rent their new home in Prospect Park can find an array of beautifully restored brownstones buildings and also some more modern residential condo buildings.

Neighborhood: Park Slope, Brooklyn

Population Density: Approximately 68,000/square mile, or roughly twice as densely populated as Brooklyn in the aggregate. Heavy residential, lots of families.

Adjacent Neighborhoods: Sunset Park, Gowanus, Windsor Terrace, Boerum Hill, Prospect Heights, Lefferts Gardens, Crown Heights

Public Transit: 2/3 (Grand Army Plaza), F/G (4th-9th Streets, 7th Avenue, 15th Street), R (Union Street)

What’s Here?: Home to young professionals, creative types and many families, this Brooklyn utopia doesn’t bother striving to be the “trendiest”, but rather prides itself on being one of the safest and most appealing places to live and raise a family. The sprawling neighborhood derives its name from the 585-acre Frederick Olmsted designed Prospect Park, which, with its lush rolling hills and open fields, some consider superior to Central Park.

Nearby, spend an afternoon at the internationally acclaimed Brooklyn Museum, or get lost (or married!) in the floral oasis of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. While Park Slope’s active community supports an array of unique, family-owned businesses, a short subway ride can deliver you to the busy convenience of Atlantic Avenue and the dazzling Barclay’s Center, home to the Brooklyn Nets.

Flat or Tall?: Though the South Slope has attracted more modern residential condo buildings, the beautifully restored brownstone is king in Park Slope. The 24-block Park Slope Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and as one ambles up the tree-lined streets adjacent to Prospect Park, the Victorian homes go from impressive to palatial.

History: With the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge in the late 1880′s, Park Slope was transformed into a busy suburb for wealthy New Yorkers and saw many of its storied mansions built during this period. In the 1950′s, the area experienced some economic decline as many of its affluent residents left the city entirely and the population became more socioeconomically and ethnically diverse.

In the 1970′s and 80′s, artists and young families recognized the value of the brownstones and began to buy up real estate. Today, the regular exodus of young professionals from Manhattan to the area cements the neighborhood as one of the wealthiest and most desirable in Brooklyn and much of New York City.

Activities: On 5th and 7th Avenues, explore the plethora of quaint boutiques and elegantly rustic restaurants that belie their foodie pedigree. Shop for organic groceries at the bustling Farmer’s Market or the popular Park Slope Co-op and go for a run in Prospect Park, which features summertime concerts and festivals in the Bandshell.

Take in outstanding local comedy and music at The Rock Shop or Union Hall, treat yourself to the legendary pasta at Al Di La Trattoria, or duck into tiny corner gem Barbes for a glass of wine and top-notch jazz.

Check it out: Grab your skates and head to the historic Brooklyn Lyceum for skate night on Sept 29th, scout your next neighborhood superstar at Union Hall’s Songwriters Series on Oct 2nd, and delight kids of all ages at Puppetworks’ “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp”, which plays every Saturday and Sunday through December.

Park Slope Neighborhood Specialists

Median Rents for Park Slope
Studio Apartments $2,048
1 Bedroom Apartments $2,975
2 Bedroom Apartments $3,400
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Nearby Public Transportation
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0.34 mi - 7th Av (9th St and 8th Ave)
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0.36 mi - 9th St (9th St and 4th Ave)
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0.44 mi - Union St (Union St and 4th Ave)
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0.61 mi - Grand Army Plaza (Plaza Street West and Flatbush Ave)
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0.88 mi - Atlantic Av-Barclays Ctr (Pacific St and 4th Ave)
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