Were it not for the Prospect Park Subway station on Lincoln Road between Ocean and Flatbush avenues in Brooklyn, there would have been little reason for people to linger on the block. Home to a motley collection of beauty salons, bodegas and an ancient but gigantic apartment building in desperate need of sandblasting, the block was better known as an entrance to the park.But about a year ago the allure of the ho-hum drag soared with the warmly received opening of ...

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