This week's top listings are scattered across both Brooklyn and upstate and include sprawling, mansion and mansion-like properties in both areas. With just one or two fixer-uppers in the mix, the properties are stunning on the whole, and located in neighborhoods including Park Slope, Red Hook, Bed Stuy, Ditmas Park, Carroll Gardens, Crown Heights and, farther north, Saugerties.
This week’s top stories include the opening of a new affordable housing lottery for condos in Clinton Hill and home listings with tons of original details in Bed Stuy.
Those looking to spend the last weekend of the month house hunting have a number of potential destinations. Here are four of them, in Bed Stuy, Bushwick, Gravesend and Flatlands.
This week we’re looking back at four listings we featured six months ago to see how they fared. Three of the properties sold, with one going for over ask.
The first new tower under construction at the former Domino Sugar factory site is rising at 325 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. Developed by Two Trees Management and designed by SHoP Architects, the mega-development is one of the most unusual projects under construction in Brooklyn.
This triplex apartment is in the Spire Lofts at 163 North 6th Street in Williamsburg, a former church that was converted to rentals and opened in 2014. It's a distinctive space, with three levels, a pair of glass-walled balconies, exposed brick, a catwalk, an open staircase and a loft bedroom.
A lottery has opened for 27 units at Ocean Hill's long in-the-works affordable housing complex the Henry Apartments, located at 1676 Broadway and 8 Rockaway Avenue.
Designer Sheena Murphy of Brooklyn-based Sheep + Stone Interiors creates a comfortable space for her family with spare modern furnishings and handmade items in shades of gray.
This estate-condition Italianate brownstone in Bed Stuy needs some work, but with a load of original detail and stately proportions, it has the makings of quite a grand residence.
The time has come to strike out on your own. Where can you find a one-bedroom for less than $1,600 a month in Brooklyn?