This week, the most viewed listings on Brownstoner included an Italiante brownstone in Clinton Hill and an offbeat brick townhouse in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
The not-so-secret Jehovah's Witness tunnels in Brooklyn Heights are no more.
There’s still a few seats left for the first ever Brownstoner Real Estate Conference. Don’t miss your chance to learn from and mingle with the leaders in Brooklyn real estate this coming Wednesday, May 3.
It's going to be a warm one this weekend, and we all know what that means: your first chance this year to hit an open house in flip flops.
If you are looking to branch out of Brooklyn without breaking the bank, this worker's cottage in Kinderhook might make just the right charming retreat.
This Fort Greene apartment is gracious and attractive, and located on a nice block in the Fort Greene Historic District, a stone's throw from Fort Greene park.
Relive the days when you swung with abandon and dug enthusiastically in sandboxes with a glance through vintage photos of kids at play.
Up-and-coming designer Max Aboody turns to affordable stores and artwork by friends to outfit his one-bedroom condo.
This two-story Park Slope brick row house is on the small side, but it's got character and a price tag under $2 million.
As demolition looms for Our Lady of Loreto church, we take what may be a final look at the intact, majestic Ocean Hill building.