In the past five months a lot of demo and building has been going on, but the next few weeks are going to show the biggest transformation so far. Work is finally happening for the tiling, hardwood flooring, and plaster.
A two-bedroom, one-bath co-op is for sale in an eight-unit circa 1900 Neo-Georgian walkup in the Park Slope Historic District. The apartment is on the second floor at 509 2nd Street and features plenty of woodwork, window and door trim and built-ins with egg and dart molding, fluting and classical motifs.
This striking turn-of-the-last-century townhouse built by one of Brooklyn’s “lady developers” has an unusual graphic facade and a sparkling new kitchen and other updates that highlight its original features.
Space is being cleared for a large new development—almost an entire block long—in Bed Stuy.
Faced with helping party guests navigate from Manhattan to a Brooklyn Heights abode, what was a 1930s hostess to do?
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