Brooklyn's first Apple store will open in Williamsburg this month, five trips you can take without leaving the city, and more.
We’ve got quite a range when it comes to open houses this weekend – a range of price points, a range of styles and a range of conditions, from newly renovated to in need of a complete overhaul. As usual there’s also a range of locations: in this case Park Slope, Caton Park, Ocean Hill and Flatbush.
These upstate enchanters are all located in the historic Hudson Valley town of Kingston, N.Y. The prices range from just under $115,000 to just under $190,000.
This top-floor apartment in a barrel-fronted Windsor Terrace house is spacious, in good shape and well located. It's on a nice block of 10th Avenue -- a short stroll from Prospect Park, with the F and G trains close at hand.
After years of rumors and speculation, Brooklyn's first Apple store will open on Bedford Avenue July 30, according to the computer maker.
Young designer and recent transplant Luna Grey decorated her rental unit in Bushwick with style, warmth and an eye on the budget.
This two-family brownstone needs work, but it's got a fair amount of original detail, including crown moldings, parquet floors, fireplaces and loads of plaster decoration, and could be shined up into something nice. It's at 591 Putnam Avenue, in Stuyvesant Heights.
These five charming rentals very widely in size and price, but all are no-fee. Most are recently renovated and for rent by their owner-developers.
This condo is fully renovated and reasonably attractive, and seems a decent deal for a three-bedroom in a favorable location. It's in a 16-unit prewar building at 355 St. Johns Place in Prospect Heights, in close proximity to Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
Do you know the difference between condos and co-ops? You should if you are buying because it can affect everything from the size of your down payment to whether or not you are allowed to have a washer/dryer in your apartment.