Prospect Park Alliance Harvest Festival

Did you know that we are celebrating Prospect Park’s 150th anniversary this year? We are so lucky to have this sprawling gorgeous park as Brooklyn’s backyard.  Coming up is just one of the many events that the Prospect Park Alliance hosts, the Harvest Festival.  It’s time to start having Autumn fun! Sunday, September 24th from […]

RealTours: A Day in South Slope

Park Slope is a sprawling neighborhood and years ago people began calling the south end of the area, which could also have been considered Greenwood Heights, South Slope.  It a bit quieter than the north end and a bit more affordable.  It is just as gorgeous, though, with brownstones and tree-lined streets. Here is our […]

About the Prospect Park Track Club.

For some, running is a solitary activity to manage anxiety, focus on your thoughts or simply clear your mind. Other, however, find that it can be a social sport where you meet people or at least have a general comradery with fellow joggers.  The Prospect Park Track Club is for these folks.  It can also be […]

Open House for this Park Slope Co-op Tonight.

Can you imagine living across the street from the breathtaking and vast green meadows and ramble of Prospect Park?  How about finding such a perfectly located one bedroom for well under $550,000? Tonight Realty Collective’s Victoria Hagman is showing this charming one bedroom on Prospect Park West, which is priced at $535,000 with a low maintenance of $490.59 a month. You […]

Prospect Park’s Goat Welcoming Celebration

Many visited or heard about the Prospect Park goats that were brought in from Upstate New York to clear out some vegetation.  After eating up bunches and bunches of grass they moved back upstate for the winter but will be back in May! The Prospect Park Alliance will be throwing a party to welcome them back […]

Campfire Conversations in Prospect Park.

Join Prospect Park Alliance and Brooklyn Public Library for this fun and free event on Saturday, March 4th from 5pm-6pm. Campfire Conversations is “a series of themed community conversations set around an outdoor campfire at the Lefferts Historic House, complete with music, refreshments and mulled wine. This month’s conversation will focus on the theme of […]

Saying Goodbye to the Beloved Kensington Stables.

Over the years if you’ve headed towards Prospect Park from the Kensington or Windsor Terrace areas you may have seen folks riding on horseback towards or from the park.  At the very least you’ve noticed a horse trail with evidence that horses were recently present in the form of manure.  These beautiful animals belong to […]

A Trip to the Prospect Park Zoo.

Many wouldn’t think to go to the zoo in Prospect Park in the middle of February but we’d like to argue that it’s the best time to go!! We visited over the weekend and the animals were out and enjoying the cool temperatures. Over the weekend they were celebrating Lunar New Year and had an array […]

A Holiday Week of Activities.

This week children are off from school and many adults may have at least a day or two off as well.  Venturing into the city during this week can be tough with the crowds of tourists in town for the holidays.  Good thing there is plenty to do in Brooklyn! The weather forecast is looking pretty […]

A Translucent Sculpture Turns Invisible by Arthur Mallett

  Nicholas Papadakis’ sculpture of a translucent child that had been hovering on Prospect Park Lake was reported missing on Sunday.  It had been installed as part of the Art Slope festival, a multi-arts festival in Park Slope. Luckily, the sculpture was recovered by two teenagers who discovered it in the woods.  It appears to be […]