This one-bedroom condo in a recently constructed elevator building is close to parks and Green-Wood Cemetery.
A beautiful Corten steel exterior sets the scene for this genuine loft in a former electrical warehouse.
This sleek, modern one-bedroom is spacious, light-filled, and has treetop views of one of Brooklyn's greenest neighborhoods.
This condo offers loft-like proportions, high-end appointments and several outdoor spaces in a prime North Williamsburg location.
Here's a beaut of a prewar condo with light, views, details, charm and enough space for a family: not a package to sneeze at.
This condo in a circa-1900 Renaissance Revival building in Carroll Gardens is long and narrow but includes some historic detail and modern touches.
This relatively recently constructed (2007) two-bedroom condo has two terraces and a lot of glass.
This two-bedroom Windsor Terrace condo has large spaces and a berth near the southernmost corner of Prospect Park.
This one-bedroom condo in Midwood isn't going to set anyone's world on fire, but it's renovated with decent space and a livable layout for under $400,000.
This Red Hook residence has a lot of space, some rustic charm and views of the harbor and Manhattan skyline.