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Windsor Terrace is a quiet, suburban-like town on the southwest side of Park Slope. This small neighborhood of roughly half a square-mile is characterized by brick row houses and wood-framed townhouses. With stop signs instead of streetlights, and a large number of American flags waving from the homes, this area has a small-town feel with a strong sense of community.
Developed in the early 20th century by William Bell, Windsor Terrace features some of the first examples of two-family homes.
Today, the neighborhood is home to many Irish, German-American, Polish-American, and Italian-American families who have been in the area for generations. It has recently become even more diverse with Greek, Hispanic, Lebanese, Syrian, Maronite and Jewish residents making their way into the neighborhood. The area has also experienced an influx of displaced Park Slope and Manhattan residents.
Windsor Terrace has two public schools, the Parkside School and Middle School 88, both of which are well rated. A third private school opened in 2012. Neighborhood parents enjoy congregating at the Greenwood Playground. Prospect Park Lake is a favorite fishing location, boasting the state's largest concentration of largemouth bass. Additionally, there's a greenmarket every Wednesday.
This tiny neighborhood is experiencing some residential growth with the development of 22 Caton Place, a seven-story eco-friendly apartment complex with 73 market-rate units; and 33 Caton Place, or the Kestrel, located directly across the street, which will include 126 rental units, along with a roof deck, gym and pet spa.
The neighborhood is also growing commercially on the west side of Prospect Park along Fort Hamilton Parkway. The Double Windsor and Farrell's Bar & Grill are two popular hangouts. Babbo's Books is the neighborhood's only bookstore. This is the perfect neighborhood for families with children and couples looking for a quieter way of life.