Prospect Heights, New York.
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Like its Park Slope neighbor, Prospect Heights borders Prospect Park and offers its diverse population of mostly middle-class professionals countless daytime activities, including the Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, and hundreds of acres of running paths, baseball fields, and picnic spaces.

Historic row houses dot the streets that also play host to the Labor Day West Indian Day Parade, the biggest annual parade in New York, which finishes at the Grand Army Plaza on the Northeast end of Prospect Avenue.

At night, rows of bars and restaurants come alive along Vanderbilt Avenue, where the area’s diverse ethnicities converge for great home-brewed beers and an ever-growing range of multicultural restaurants.

Prospect Heights is sure to receive an even larger insurgence of nightlife once construction is finished on the Barclays Center, the future home of the Brooklyn Nets.

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