The history of luxury apartment houses along Prospect Park West can be neatly summarized by tracing the history of 9 Prospect Park West. A 1903 building at this address first brought “high class” apartments to the street, replacing less profitable row houses. (more…)
This three-bedroom Park Slope co-op is nicely appointed, and offers a sensible layout with room for a family. Situated at 404 6th Avenue between 7th and 8th streets, it’s got some original details, including tin ceilings and the huge carved pier mirror in the living room. (more…)
Name some of the city’s biggest or most controversial development projects — Hudson Yards, Rheingold, Brooklyn Heights library, Pier 6, Hunter’s Point — and chances are good they have gone, are going, or will go through ULURP.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching and the holidays just around the corner, Brownstoner sought out homes that would be perfect for hosting extravagant meals. Feast your eyes on these five feast-worthy homes.
NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña in September | Photo: Hannah Frishberg
A historic attempt at addressing system wide segregation in New York City schools is coming to Brooklyn, where four elementary schools will start setting admission quotas for disadvantaged students. (more…)