A wood-frame Federal and homes under $2 million were among our top listings this week.
Stories about affordable housing lotteries and a makeover of a Prospect Heights loft were popular this week.
We've got a promising crop of brownstones and big freestanding houses in the Ditmas Park vicinity to tour this weekend.
This week, we're going back six months and taking a look at four of our featured listings and seeing how they fared.
Lived in by just one family for almost 100 years, the elegant brick house on East 4th Street in Manhattan is preserved intact, inside and out. Now the Merchant's House Museum, it offers a window into daily life in early New York.
This three-bedroom apartment in Bay Ridge is large and attractive, with original parquet floors and lots of windows.
One of the final pieces of the plan for Brooklyn Bridge Park is finally coming to fruition.
A couple saw potential in a nearly raw loft space with an expansive brick wall and oversized skylights.
This three-story brick townhouse at 509 11th Street in Park Slope has an unusual layout, but if it suits your needs, the house appears to be move-in ready.
When the United States of America was a young country, its architecture was inspired by the birthplace of democracy.