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.
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.
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.
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.
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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