Here's a Carroll Gardens condo with a loft-like feel and some quirks, which some will find charming, others less so.
Home buyers looking for entree into the red hot Brooklyn home market could spend a lot more for a lot less than they will at 970 41st Street.
This condo started life as a one-bedroom; a previous owner carved off a piece of the living room to create a second bedroom.
Located at the intersection of four highly sought-after Brooklyn neighborhoods, the condo is big enough for a family.
The flamboyant interior design looks to have been inspired by Gaudí, or maybe Lewis Carroll.
It's not every day you come across a condo in a building designed by an architectural great -- in this case, McKim, Mead & White.
This condo doesn't offer a lot of bells and whistles, but it's in nice shape and has a garden that a buyer with a green thumb could do a lot with.
The open-plan living area includes a kitchen with plenty of storage and counter space to satisfy avid cooks.
A rare Bushwick condo development that was a symbol of gentrification when it debuted in 2007 may finally cash in on rising real estate values in the area.
Here's a model residence in the Standish, the former apartment hotel that's being turned into ultra-expensive condos sporting East River views.