An affordable housing lottery has opened for 37 units in a 12-story building at 810 Fulton Street, between Vanderbilt and Clermont, in Fort Greene. This is phase two of the affordable housing launch; the first phase, with 73 units, debuted in 2018.
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The Red Hook Fairway may be gone but its spirit will live on in the space’s coming Food Bazaar, according to the chain supermarket’s executive vice president.
This Clinton Hill neo-Federal bundles a practical early 20th century floor plan, original details, room for a home office and outdoor space all in a rather narrow package. At 445 Washington Avenue, it’s within the Clinton Hill Historic District.
Last week’s open house picks mixed historic details and modern updates; three of them have been in the same hands for decades. While some could probably use some cosmetic sprucing to make them really shine, all appear to be in move-in condition, at least going by the photos. Located in Prospect Heights, Park Slope and Bed Stuy, they range in asking price from $1.499 million for a row house in Bed Stuy to $3 million for a brownstone in Prospect Heights.
This 20th floor unit in one of Brooklyn’s earliest condo conversions, in a landmarked Art Deco building, feels like the true loft it is and has high ceilings, wood floors and beamed ceilings with exposed pipes.
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