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Located between Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery, Windsor Terrace is around the corner fromPark Slope and has absorbed some of this super popular nabe's vibe. Although several new establishments cater to the growing wave of newcomers, locals still rule the roost in this slice of quiet New York.
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I’ve always thought of Windsor Terrace as Park Slope‘s little brother. It’s practically around the corner from my house, and it has some similarities in stores and neighborhood chains. It definitely has a different feel to it, however. I feel like it’s a bit more socially conservative than Park Slope, and perhaps a bit more insular. It is cheaper to live there, though, and you can still easily get to everything in the neighborhood, including Prospect Park.Danny L.
Windsor Terrace is great if you want to enjoy Park Slope but can’t afford to live there. It’s right around the corner, plus Prospect Park West has some great restaurants and stores, although the bars are definitely the territory of old Irish men. It’s definitely worthwhile to check it out, if only for being near the park.Ricky C.