South Slopes is a middle-class residential neighborhood in Broker. It contains a few low-rise apartments, a single large housing complex, and many brownstones. The area also contains many local small-time businesses and stores. South Slopes is one of the more safer neighborhoods in Broker and is the safest neighborhood in eastern Broker.
South Slopes appears to be based off of many central and western Brooklyn neighborhoods: it is a brownstone-laden neighborhood with a diverse population. The two areas from which South Slopes are primarily based off of include Park Slope and Crown Heights.
Points of interest
Within South Slopes boundaries lies an LCPD station at the intersection of Erie Avenue and Sundance Street.
The Schottler station of the Liberty City Subway is actually located within South Slopes - not in the adjacent neighborhood to the north for which it is named, as its name would suggest. The station is located at the intersection of Sundance Street and Seneca Avenue. Its mezzanine, entry staircases, and viaduct on which it is located appear to have been modeled after the design of the stations along the Queens Boulevard stretch of the IRT Flushing Line, going along with the distinct Sunnyside influence of Schottler. It is served at all times by the 3/8 Broker Line.