Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a neighborhood with a lot going for it: proximity to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, streets lined with historic Victorian houses, new bars and restaurants opening all the time. And increasingly, it’s becoming a destination for Brooklynites looking for reasonable rents in a neighborhood on the rise. In the next two years alone, there will be over 2,000 new apartments opening up in the area.
It’s no surprise, then, that MySpace NYC will be opening its next office in this exciting neighborhood on June 1, 2015.
We’re not new to this part of Brooklyn. MySpace NYC has been handling Prospect Lefferts Gardens listings out of its Franklin Avenue office since the beginning. But as more and more MySpace agents started moving to the area themselves, we realized it was time for us to establish an office there and help our new neighbors find homes.
As with all of our offices, our Flatbush office is designed to fit in with its neighborhood. A large percentage of our agents have lived in the area for years. They understand better than anyone both sides of apartment hunting in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Flatbush — we want to provide a service for those seeking to join this great neighborhood as well as those looking to relocate within it.
We’re passionate about Brooklyn and its neighborhoods. We’ve had a front row seat as places like Crown Heights and Bushwick have blossomed over the years, and we’re excited for this next chapter in the stories of MySpace NYC and Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
We’re also pretty excited about our new neighbors! Which is why we’re having a Grand Opening on Monday, June 1, from 6 to 9 pm. For now, here are some local bars, and restaurants we love.
A cozy café with friendly service, a diverse clientele, and delicious sandwiches and brunch plates.
Comfort food in a gorgeous space, including a fireplace and outdoor seating. The spacious front room has a pool table and is usually reserved as a party space.
The first thing you’ll notice in this bar and restaurant is the beautiful interior, all wood and vintage light bulbs, followed by their excellent selection of craft beers and whiskeys. But don’t miss their ambitious take on a bar menu, featuring such dishes as duck confit and lobster rolls.
This butcher has been providing Brooklyn with the best meat since 1931.They’re not open on Sunday, so if you go on Saturday get ready for a line!
Many diners call this the best Indian food in Brooklyn. The impeccable service makes dining at the restaurant a lovely experience, and they also offer take out and delivery.