The Gateway Marina at the southern end of Flatbush Avenue is where my friend docks his 40-ft. sailboat—I often “crew” while we explore the waters off the coast of New York City. When I’m out on the water looking back at the shore, sailing under the Verrazano Bridge or off the coast of Coney Island or the Rockaways, it’s a wonderful opportunity for reflection. Just one of many things I love about living in Brooklyn.
I love being able to stroll to the Prospect Park YMCA for a Pilates or yoga class or a swim in the new indoor pool.
I love going to Leopardi’s, a real “mom and pop” hardware store on 5th Avenue that’s been in business for more than 40 years. They have every tool and gadget a Park Sloper could need, and brothers Joe, Peter and Robert are all very knowledgeable and generous with their advice.
I love the farmer’s market on Wednesdays and Sundays right next to the J.J. Byrne playground, in addition to the giant one at Grand Army Plaza every Saturday.
Born and bred in Park Slope, Frank has been a native resident and homeowner in the neighborhood for most of his life. Besides having raised his family here and previously working as a professional photographer in Manhattan, he has over 22 years of experience as a real estate broker in Park Slope and the surrounding neighborhoods. Frank has seen it all and knows how to communicate and guide you during the buying, selling and renting process