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Prospect Heights in 2014: great, if you avoid "streets not directly affected by Atlantic Yards"

One of the ten nominations of "Where to Live in 2014," part of New York Magazine's package on city neighborhoods, is Prospect Heights, chosen by Jonathan Butler, founder of
If Butler were in the market, he says he’d be looking here. “It’s got some Park Slope in it but a little Williamsburg, too”—that is, brownstone warmth plus some bite. “You can’t read a magazine or a blog without seeing another bar or restaurant opening on Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues,” says Butler. His tip: stick to streets not directly affected by Atlantic Yards.
Um, as NLG's Eric McClure already pointed out, there may be streets not directly adjacent to Atlantic Yards, few would not be directly affected by Atlantic Yards.

And I'd add that the "blighted" strip of Vanderbilt Avenue with cool restaurants and bars is adjacent to that massive planned interim surface parking lot.