Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

Local nameDitmas Park Historic District
LocationBrooklyn, New York City

Ditmas Park is a historic district in the neighborhood of Flatbush in Brooklyn, New York City. The traditional boundaries of Ditmas Park, including Ditmas Park West, are Ocean Avenue and greater Flatbush to the east, Dorchester Road and the Prospect Park South neighborhood to the north, Coney Island Avenue and the Kensington neighborhood to the west, and Avenue H/Bay Ridge Branch and the Midwood neighborhood to the south. Ditmas Park is patrolled by the New York City Police Department's 70th Precinct, and is within Brooklyn Community District 14. The New York City Subway's B and ​Q trains serve Ditmas Park.

The neighborhood is located on land formerly owned by the Ditmas family. The area remained rural until the 1890s. At that time, Brooklyn was becoming more popular, due to the development of Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Bridge, along with improved transportation in New York City.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ditmas_Park_Historic_District

Coordinates 40°38'18.55" N -73°57'41.046" E

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