In 2010 Park Slope was honorably listed as New York City’s most desirable neighborhood according to New York, New York magazine. It’s no wonder considering the top-rated restaurants, shopping, and green spaces. It was named one of the “Greatest Neighborhoods in America” by the American Planning Association. Park Slope is home to a diverse mix of residents and a plethora of small business, historical sites, and parks all supported by the active and involved neighborhood members. It is also conveniently located close to New York City’s 3rd largest transportation hub: Atlantic Avenue, and the G and F train, which is synonymous with the neighborhood. Once considered a “streetcar suburb”, Park Slope has historically gone through many phases and is now popular for its tree and brownstone lined blocks. Its proximity to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and Brooklyn Museum make it a cultural landmark. Park Slopes availability to quality public schools, dining, shopping, and nightlife have made it a destination location.