Lefferts Garden is paired with the neighborhood of Prospect and is considered one whole neighborhood located in Flatbush. Residents are served by the Franklin Avenue Shuttle and the BMT Brighton Line at the Prospect Park station (the Q and B trains), as well as the Q and B trains at the Parkside Avenue Stop. Residents may also take the 2 and 5 trains on the IRT Nostrand Avenue Line on the Sterling Street and Winthrop Street stops. Brownsville residents have easy access to the New York City subway system by way of the L and 3 trains. The neighborhood’s main thoroughfare is Pitkin Avenue. Brownsville has experienced a period of urban renewal where the city has begun rehabilitating many older buildings and turning them into refurbished apartment homes. There are now three schools within Brownsville.
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