In Crown Heights, we have a rarity: an HDFC prewar co-op that allows subletting.
Botanic gardens were not just pretty; they were designed to be grounds for the scientific study of botany.
A handful of Brooklyn home-goods stores produce and sell their own unique products, from pillows to pottery.
Jemima Kirke has a stoop sale in Carroll Gardens, and the Clinton Hill food co-op raises funds to relocate after eviction.
Looking for some summer greenery, a homeowner is hoping to find a vine that will provide some color without harming the facade of their home.
Here’s an extra-large Bed Stuy brownstone packed with rare original details, including a whopping 10 decorative mantels.
This three-bedroom, two-bath condo overlooking Prospect Park has a light and open feel.
The small wooden structure could easily be mistaken for an old carousel ticket stand or Prospect Park information booth.
An affordable housing lottery has opened up for 38 units in an 11-story building under construction at 105 South 5th Street in Williamsburg.
Cuomo team pressed Brooklyn pols to skip protest of his pressure tactics, another charming old brick building on Smith Street to get the glass treatment in upcoming remuddle.