A community within a community

At the crossroads of Union Street and Prospect Park West stands Prospect Park Residence, a grand nine story residence located within walking distance of the Brooklyn Public Library, Botanic Garden and Brooklyn Museum of Art. Park Slope boasts a vibrant community life with a bustling green market as well as a variety of boutiques and restaurants on nearby Fifth and Seventh Avenues. It’s here that you’ll find the best in senior living with all the comforts you’d expect!

Meet the neighbors — It’s not just about location, location, location. It’s residents themselves that make Prospect Park Residence what it is. The Residence’s elegant setting provides a warm and engaging atmosphere. Upon arrival, Resident Ambassadors offer a welcoming presence and peer perspective with answers to questions and introductions to neighbors. Diverse backgrounds, world travels, and rich personal histories lead to unexpected and fast friendships.

Something’s happening — Whether dining with new friends, attending educational programs, visiting museums or getting in touch with one’s artistic side~ something is always happening at Prospect Park Residence.

Full service — Behind every smile is a commitment to service. A concierge greets and screens visitors, delivers newspapers and accepts packages. Our lovely pre-War apartments (many with park and harbor views) feature individual climate control, kitchenette, satellite television and an emergency call system. Housekeeping, laundry and local scheduled van service for errands, medical appointments and social outings are also included. When it comes to the finest in senior living, we have it all!

Supporting care givers through trial stays and respite services — No matter where responsibilities or travels take you, a short-term or respite stay provides peace of mind for residents and caregivers alike. Respite and short-term stays take many forms, but in essence encompass two basic concepts: sharing responsibilities for care giving and getting support for oneself. The biggest positive when considering a short-term or respite stay may be the chance to get a feel for the community without committing to moving in permanently. Anxieties about the unknown dissipate during a short-term stay. And as with many decisions, an informed choice is the best choice.

If you have been thinking about what options are available for senior living we cordially invite you to contact us today and learn why life is better at Prospect Park Residence!