Here's a Brooklyn Heights brick house -- circa 1845 according to the listing -- with original details and acres of space.
If you own a co-op or are thinking of buying one, expect to pay a pretty hefty maintenance fee every month.
At the intersection of Halsey Street and Stuyvesant Avenue, a Queen Anne confection holds the corner and is ornamented with a delightful cornucopia of architectural details worth a closer look.
This attractive Brooklyn Heights co-op has some prewar detail, good light and ample space for a family, with three decent sized bedrooms.
The storied Bed Stuy theater is gone, and its new owner plans a mixed-use building with apartments.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 54 more units at Lightstone's development on the banks of the Gowanus Canal.
Here's a charmer of a single-family house on a distinctive block, which was developed in the early 20th century.
Has the idea of warmer weather ahead got you dreaming about days at the beach? Until that beach weather arrives, live vicariously through these photos of Brighton Beach bathers dancing away in the early 20th century.
Federal architecture is an adaptation of Georgian elements, with an American twist, built in the early years of our democracy, from 1785 to 1830.
This week's most popular listings were quite a mix of architectural styles, construction dates and neighborhoods.