Crown Heights is one of the hottest up-and-coming neighborhoods in Brooklyn. In fact, amNewYork described Crown Heights as “among the most in-demand neighborhoods in the city's most in-demand borough.”


871 Park Place is situated on a quiet block between Nostrand and New York Avenues. Nostrand is full of shops and restaurants. There are two supermarkets (Key Food and Met) two blocks away as well as a laundromat one block away – all on Nostrand. And there are new businesses opening all the time, which is why BKLYNER named Nostrand Avenue one of the Brooklyn retail areas predicted to boom in 2017.

Heading east you can enjoy the celebrated shops, restaurants, and nightlife along Franklin Avenue. You can also explore Prospect Heights or take the subway shuttle from the Park Place Station, located just off Franklin, one stop to the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and Prospect Park.

Heading west you’ll find Brower Park and the Brooklyn Children’s Museum – just two blocks away. The neighborhood has a number of parks and playgrounds, as well as a variety of churches. And Kingston Avenue has a number of new restaurants.




871 Park Place Is Well-Connected:

  • 3 train at Nostrand Ave - 4 blocks south

  • A & C trains at Nostrand Ave - 8 blocks north

  • LIRR at Nostrand Ave - 6 blocks north

  • Citi Bike at Rogers Ave - 2 blocks west


871 Park Place is an exclusive rental property from the Altschuler Bartolucci Team at Douglas Elliman.