The architect firm that designed Williamsburg's unusual William Vale Hotel proposes an expansion and semi-restoration of the house.
This mixed-use property has five apartments, 1,700 square feet of commercial space, and is in an ideal locale.
Affordable units are now up for grabs in the big glassy building going up where a huge block-long parking garage stood for years in Downtown Brooklyn.
The first secondary school in New York State, it was founded in 1787 by Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, Robert Livingston and John Jay.
Homeowners are faced with a bill from their contractor that includes change orders that were never approved. What are their options?
Here's a stately and comfortable brownstone in move-in condition, in prime Brooklyn Heights.
The penthouse is in the landmarked Smith-Gray building.
Know a great building that's having a positive impact on Brooklyn? The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce wants your input.
We're here to break down all that complicated legalese related to 421a, thanks to an NYU Furman study.
Navy Yard's B&H workers file complaint to stop move to New Jersey, Cobble Hill denizens want mayor to reopen Engine 204.
This week's top listings not only spanned a major price range, they also showed off Brooklyn's eclectic taste in architecture.