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Welcome to Park Slope Places, your source for intel about the wonderful spots that make up this vibrant Brooklyn neighborhood! Check out interviews with local business owners, uncover handpicked lists of must-try experiences, and gain valuable insights into daily life in Park Slope. Whether you're a resident or just passing through, Park Slope Places a great guide for all things local here in the Slope!

In the Neighborhood

Meet Anna and Adriana, Owners of Evening Star Tattoo Interview

Meet Anna and Adriana, Owners of Evening Star Tattoo

In this edition of Shop Talk: Park Slope, we’re speaking with Anna and Adriana, owners of Evening Star Tattoo. They’re the first new tattoo shop in the neigh...

Meet Serene Bacigalupi Owner of Leroy’s Place Interview

Meet Serene Bacigalupi Owner of Leroy’s Place

In this edition of Shop Talk: Park Slope, we’re chatting with Serene Bacigalupi, owner of Leroy’s Place – a fun filled “monster gallery” and gift shop....

Meet Cecily Tinder Owner of Electric Beets Interview

Meet Cecily Tinder Owner of Electric Beets

In this edition of Shop Talk: Park Slope, we’re speaking with Cecily Tinder, owner of Electric Beets – a unique, plant based grab and go spot that prov...

Meet Tara Glick, Owner of Brix Haus Interview

Meet Tara Glick, Owner of Brix Haus

In this edition of Shop Talk: Park Slope, we’re chatting with Tara Glick, owner of Brix Haus – a ice cream shop serving up fun, whimsical flavors...

Meet Lena DeGloma, Owner of Red Moon Wellness Interview

Meet Lena DeGloma, Owner of Red Moon Wellness

In this edition of Shop Talk: Park Slope, we’re speaking with Lena DeGloma, owner of Red Moon Wellness. Red Moon is a bodywork focused practice, but al...

8 Spots for Bookish Brooklynites in Park Slope and Beyond Article

8 Spots for Bookish Brooklynites in Park Slope and Beyond

You can bet that there are also some incredible spots in NYC where book lovers can spend their hard earned dollars on books.  Today we’ll roam around B...

Park Slope Market Stats

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Park Slope Sales Stats

MAY 2024

Median Price

$1,147,500

Sold Listing

16

Days on market

44 Days

Difference from last ask

-2.30%

Park Slope Real Estate Prices Explained

The median price for a home in Park Slope was above the average for the rest of the borough ($841,973) thanks to a number of higher priced sales.

But days on market were well below the borough-wide average of 89 days. However, Park Slope listings saw an average 2.3% discount from the asking price. Whereas listings in the rest of the borough sold for an overage of 1.2% above asking.

Park Slope Sales Stats

MAY 2024

Studio Median Price

$570,000

1 Bedroom Median Price

$675,000

2 Bedroom Median Price

$1,217,500

3 Bedroom Median Price

$2,587,500

Bedroom Pricing Insights

If you’re looking for a two bedroom rather than a one bedroom, you need to be prepared to pay a pretty significant difference. That extra bedroom is going to cost you double the price. And stepping up to a 3 bedroom from a 2 bedroom is also a significant jump at the moment – to the tune of over $1 million. However, in May, the price difference was mostly attributable to the fact that half of the 3 bedroom sales (of which there were just 4) were more than $2.5 million. So these figures at the moment may not be particularly representative.

Park Slope Rental Stats

MAY 2024

Median Rent

$4,200

Signed Leases

183

Days on market

17

May Median Rent Hits $4200, Listings Fly

The median rent hit $4200 for the month of May – a strong herald as we enter the traditionally busy summer rental season. Additionally, leases were signed at a quick pace, with listings staying on the market for a little over 2 weeks on average.

Park Slope Rental Stats

MAY 2024

Studio Median Price

$2,663

1 Bedroom Median Price

$3,495

2 Bedroom Median Price

$4,448

3 Bedroom Median Price

$6,500

Rental Trends in May

Looking for an additional bedroom? Then you’re likely going to have to pay roughly $1000 more per month to get it, according to this month’s stats. But if you’re looking for a 3 bedroom, you’ll have to pay a bigger difference – over $2000 more per month.

 

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