Our open house picks for this weekend are a fairly diverse bunch, found in Ditmas Park West, Bed Stuy, Greenwood Heights and Flatbush.
This week, we're taking a look at four of our listings from six months ago and checking in on how they fared on the open market.
Everyone knows Brooklyn is an expensive place to live. In fact, it's the least affordable place to buy a home -- anywhere in the U.S.
It's been a long time coming, but discount fashion mecca Century 21 Department Store, Target and dinner-with-a-movie chain Alamo Drafthouse are on the verge of opening at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn.
Want to get in some leaf peeping this year? Make sure you plan ahead so you know when and where to get the best views.
The Academy Award winner is looking to settle down in Brooklyn and recently toured a grand mansion overlooking the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
It was the three huge skylights that first sold architect Kevin Baxter on the 800-square-foot condo on the top floor of an old brick row house near the East River.
This limestone at 64 Lefferts Place in Clinton Hill could benefit from decluttering, but it's got some nice original detail and a lot of space to play with.
Tree-shaded streets and an eclectic array of early 20th century architecture are wonderful inducements to meandering through the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District.
This 1.5-bedroom condo in an 1898 building has a fair amount to recommend it, including a berth right across the street from Prospect Park.