NEIGHBORHOOD

Set where Park Slope meets Greenwood, South Slope is a place that values the unhurried nature of its
surroundings, whether that means the nearby parks or the neighborly community of long-time
Brooklynites and budding families.

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It’s a place to put down roots
like few left in the city

Peak Brooklyn

Outfitted with a comprehensive amenity package intended to simplify city living and free up time for the things that matter most, Arbor Eighteen’s most enviable perk is the neighborhood in which it’s set. Quick access to subway and bus lines as well as two expressways accommodate an easy commute into Manhattan or a weekend getaway.
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LOCATED ON THE
GREENER SIDE OF BROOKLYN
WHERE PARK SLOPE MEETS
GREENWOOD

NEIGHBORHOOD FIELD GUIDE

1 — SOUTH SLOPE

A NEIGHBORHOOD TO GROW INTO

Home to mom-and-pop shops and pre-war row houses, as well as trendy culinary experiences and warehouse hot spots, the people and places of South Slope contribute to the charm that defines the area. Akin to Park Slope, its better-known neighbor to the north, South Slope enjoys highly-ranked schools, a community-driven atmosphere and a rapidly expanding cultural landscape in addition to easy accessibility to Greenwood, Industry City and Sunset Park.

2 — PARK SLOPE

EARTH TO BROOKLYN

Managing to maintain the feeling of a small town is just one of Park Slope’s many charms. Park Slopers are renowned for staying forever — and for a good reason. Artists and bohemians staked claims long ago, forming a community of intellectuals that is tried and true. Old school businesses rub shoulders with artisanal upstarts, while fashion-forward boutiques and art galleries live side-by-side with multigenerational storefronts of all description. Like South Slope, there’s a relaxed vibe here that attracts those looking for a slower pace close to green space.

3 — PROSPECT PARK & GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY

A THOUSAND ACRES

Arbor Eighteen embodies the repose and charm of a little neighborhood set at the foot of two of Brooklyn’s most treasured green spaces, Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery. Prospect Park is much loved by local residents and offers an endless choice of things to do, watch and play for all ages. Nearby, Green-Wood Cemetery lends opportunities for engagement with history, culture and nature along 20 miles of pedestrian paths.

4 — GREENWOOD HEIGHTS & INDUSTRY CITY

NEIGHBORHOODS ON THE MOVE

Greenwood Heights and Industry City have become two of Brooklyn’s most rapidly evolving neighborhoods. Rooted in history, Greenwood was one of the sites of the sprawling Battle of Brooklyn. Today, this area has grown in popularity due to its down-to-earth atmosphere and growing number of shops and attractions. Nearby, Industry City is a haven for entertainment, food, and shopping like few in the world. Home to independent makers and household names like ABC Home and Restoration Hardware, these seemingly endless converted warehouses are the place to be.