Prospect Heights is Brooklyn's answer to Manhattan’s Museum Mile—this burgeoning neighborhood boasts the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and the enormous central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Known as Park Slope's pretention-less neighbor, Prospect Heights casually matches its counterpart when it comes to entertaining. The neighborhood is home to myriad restaurants, bars, cafes, and boutiques that evince a distinctly “come as you are” Brooklyn vibe.See 199 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Effortless Style in the Heart of Brooklyn
If you don't know the area, the neighborhood is chock full of lovely Brownstones and fabulous restaurants."
A Community of Neighbors
Diverse residential neighborhood with tons of restaurants..."
Prospect Heights' Boutique Sensibilities
Prospect Heights' Grand Public Spaces
Very central to cute cafes and restos, and right by a beautiful green space, Prospect Park, and also close to a second gorgeous green space, Greenwood Cemetery. (If you like that stuff.)"
Visited in 2012
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Susie Cushner is a professional photographer based in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Her work is primarily focused on still life, food, travel cultural and lifestyle subjects. She's inspired by the joy of revealing things to others; hopefully, with an unexpected perspective. Photography offers Susie continuous opportunities to identify and express creative narratives of the ordinary and extraordinary.
Born and raised in France, Julia Robbs now calls Brooklyn, NY home. She attended college in Chicago, then moved to Atlanta to study photography before recently settling in what she thinks is the world's best city, New York. She loves capturing quiet details and small moments through her photography, and enjoyed discovering the little nuances that make up each unique neighborhood in NYC while shooting for Airbnb.