Plank Road sits squarely at the intersection between two worlds. On the one side, classic Downtown Brooklyn, with its National Register of Historic Places buildings and tree-lined streets; a preserved neighborhood rich with the flavors of community. On the other, bustling modern, cosmopolitan downtown, with its blend of restaurants, prime shopping outlets and boutiques humming with culture. Home to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) as well as the Brooklyn Nets (housed in the distinctive Barclays Center), the neighborhood is also within walking distance of Brooklyn’s own centerpiece, Prospect Park.
Everything about this neighborhood speaks to a genuine celebration of diversity; from the fact that you can go from one block to another and get a totally different vibe, to the idea that this is where people naturally gravitate to be themselves, to be different and to be part of that variety.
Prospect Heights represents the perfect fusion of old and new, convenience and variety, flavor and entertainment. A world within itself, you will be hard pressed to find elsewhere what is already within arm’s reach.
There can be no question that Brooklyn is in no ways competing with anyplace else when it comes to the variety and availability of different types of cuisine, from the most high-end, to your local coffee shop, but beyond that, more and more places are popping up that celebrate the hybrid or fusion spirit that motivates so many of its restaurants.