Get to know the friendly, historic neighborhood of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, situated on the “Lower East Side” of Prospect Park. We’ll peruse some beautiful brownstones, intersections of interest, community art projects and great green spaces that have made little PLG a gem of a district for generations of residents and passers-by. See where a train went off the tracks in 1918, streets that are being re-imagined today and stately 19th century homes that still stand.
Every day, all over the city, Transportation Alternatives is working to revitalize New York City’s neighborhoods and restore a vibrant culture of street life. This walk features one of the many communities where T.A. advocacy brings safe and healthy streets for all.
Date: Sunday May 6, 2012
Event Start: SW corner of Flatbush and Ocean avenues; under stand of metal trees
Event End: Petite Blue Roost, 43 Lincoln Road, between Flatbush and Ocean avenues
Registration: RSVP at http://transalt.org/events/calendar/5852
Accessibility: Fully Accessible