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We head east of the park now into the immediate neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Lefferts Gardens is a quiet residential community snuggled up between Empire Boulevard and Prospect Park, it was originally settled by a wealthy Dutch planter, James Lefferts as a manor. For generations the family ran the estate before selling it to developers for profit. The neighborhood had strict codes that each lot be planned large enough for a single family dwelling made of either brick or stone and at least 2 stories in height. Today the neighborhood is a diverse Afro-Caribbean working class community.