This one-bedroom apartment offers an alluring brownstone view, an appealing layout and a location that’s steps away from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. It’s at 57 Montague Street, in the building dubbed The Breukelen, a nod to the Dutch colonial town.
While the exterior of this 1850s brick row house is as expected for the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, the interior reveals playful and irreverent design choices spread across four floors of living space. It’s easy to imagine the setup accommodating a large family, visitors and boisterous bashes, with a sunroom and game room in an extension, a huge mudroom and laundry room, brightly painted woodwork and a 48-inch stove. If it looks familiar, it might be because the art-filled interior was featured in a house tour in Brownstoner magazine last year.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 34 in an under-construction six-story building at 834 Pacific Street in Prospect Heights. The massing of the building nods to the area’s historic townhouses.
Almost three-quarters of in-person voters in Brooklyn cast their ballots for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden with 514,133 votes, according to preliminary figures by the state’s Board of Elections.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for a whopping 241 newly constructed units across a series of buildings as part of the latest phase of the Nehemiah Spring Creek development, with addresses at 389-402, 498-504, and 516 Schroeders Avenue, 127 and 129 Gateway Drive and 1111-1123 Lower Ashford Drive in East New York.
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