Prospect Heights, adjacent to Park Slope, is a magnificent neighborhood right in the center of what Brooklyn is. This petite neighborhood, also known as Brooklyn’s answer to Manhattan’s Museum Mile, is home to the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, and the enormous central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. The neighborhood is home to some of the best restaurants, bars, cafes, and boutiques that evince a distinctly “come as you are” Brooklyn vibe. Situated at the entrance of Prospect Park, along with the 2, 3, Q and B subway lines, everything blends together to make Prospect Heights the desired destination, and the unforgettable home.
Welcome to the newest example of great Brooklyn living at The Martha Washington.
Spectacular residences in the very heart of Prospect Heights, these rental homes are located at the crossroads of Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park, and have just undergone a loving, beautiful renovation, kitchens and baths gleaming, and sprawling living areas awaiting your decorating panache.
In a grand Eastern Parkway building, just across from the Brooklyn Public Library, Prospect Park, Botanical Gardens and The Brooklyn Museum, the location of your new home alone will allow you to experience Brooklyn living at its best: enjoy the Farmer's Market at Grand Army Plaza on Saturdays and spend your afternoons at Prospect Park, or head down Vanderbilt Avenue for a coffee or a bite to eat.
This prewar building has a lovely lobby and convenient elevator that takes you up to your quiet, newly renovated space. Residences have hardwood flooring throughout, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances, beautifully tiled bathrooms, and plentiful closet space.
Conveniently located to public transportation for an easy commute to the rest of Brooklyn, and the City.