This co-op doesn't dazzle with its details or its design, but it offers a fair amount of space a couple blocks from Prospect Park.
The homeowners cleverly reconfigured the space and modernized the mechanicals while saving or re-creating historic details.
This stately Italianate/Neo-Grec brownstone is in prime condition, with an owner's duplex and three rentals to help pay the mortgage.
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project has mapped six historic LGBT sites in Brooklyn.
Another Brooklyn mega-project is finally rising just south of the Williamsburg Bridge, on the long-stalled Kedem Winery site on the Williamsburg waterfront.
This week, the Top 10 listings on Brownstoner included a renovated Greenwood Heights townhouse, a wood-frame Italianate in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and a Park Slope condo with a bold interior.
This week's top 5 stories on Brownstoner included a look inside the new Downtown Brooklyn food hall and a Stuy Heights brownstone loaded with details.
If your home ownership dream includes fielding late-night texts from tenants with leaking faucets, look elsewhere as all our picks for this weekend are single-family townhouses.
This restored 1830s Greek Revival villa, at one time known as Crow Hill, has an unusual design and an interesting history.
Trader Joe's long-awaited second Brooklyn outpost is now open in City Point in Downtown Brooklyn.