Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: Affordable Housing Lottery in Greenpoint


    Chloe Sevigny’s Former Prewar Park Slope Pad Returns to the Market for $3.25 Million

    In a desirable co-op that overlooks Prospect Park, this spacious and elegant unit is back on the market after another renovation. Sharp-eyed real estate enthusiasts might recognize it as the 9 Prospect Park West pad that actress Chloe Sevigny bought in 2013 and then put back on market in 2016 after her own renovation.


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    Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for 108 Units in Greenpoint, Starting at $2,370 a Month

    An affordable housing lottery — although the word affordable here is questionable — has opened for 108 newly constructed units in a 30-story building at 37 Commercial Street in Greenpoint.

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    A Standalone With a Garage in Ditmas Park and Three More to See, Starting at $1.295 Million

    Last week’s open houses included three different row houses and one standalone, all with a bit of original detail. Located in Park Slope, Ditmas Park, Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Flatbush, they range in asking price from $1.295 million for a limestone in Flatbush to $2.495 million for a brick row house in Park Slope.

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    Park Slope Brownstone With Literary Past, Pier Mirror, Built-ins Asks $6.25 Million

    This 1890s Park Slope brownstone is lush with original woodwork and spacious — and it offers an intriguing connection to a Brooklyn author of the era. Located just down the block from Prospect Park at 916 President Street, the four-story row house is on the market for the first time in decades.

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    Upstate: Three Columbia County Homes With Curb Appeal, Starting at $249K

    If you have joined the hunt for a country home and are looking for something with a bit of curb appeal and character on the interior, one of these 19th century houses might appeal.

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