Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: A Housing Lottery in East New York


    Brooklyn Heights Studio With Archways, Four Closets, Deco Bathroom Asks $525K

    While not abundant in square footage, this Art Deco-era studio has all the benefits of apartments from that era, including a separate dining space, arched doorways and decent closet space.


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    Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for Three Units in East New York, Starting at $1,950 a Month

    An affordable housing lottery has opened for three newly constructed units in a four-story building right next to the elevated train tracks at 2741 Fulton Street in East New York.


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    Petite Rent Stabilized Studio in Clinton Avenue Italianate Manse Asks $2,120 a Month

    A rent-stabilized apartment on the top floor of a Clinton Avenue manse seems like an unusual find. It is a studio that isn’t exactly overflowing with space, but the petite unit does offer a perch on the top floor of 415 Clinton Avenue, one of the grand 19th century houses that line the leafy avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District.


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    Carriage House on Cobble Hill’s Verandah Place With Wood Burning Fireplace Asks $2.995 Million

    Verandah Place is one of those little Brooklyn streets that oozes charm thanks to its row of low-scale 19th century brick homes and a location facing popular Cobble Hill Park. While not all of the modest buildings originally served as stables, 20 Verandah Place was indeed originally constructed for Brooklynites of the hooved variety.


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    A Bay Ridge Row House With a Garage and Three More To See This Weekend, Starting at $880K

    Our selections for open houses to see last weekend included a narrow Park Slope two-family and an estate condition single-family in Crown Heights. Found in Bed Stuy, Park Slope, Crown Heights and Bay Ridge, they range in price from $880,000 to $1.495 Million.

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