A whimsical, early 20th century low-scale holdout may soon disappear from the increasingly tower-filled skyline of Downtown Brooklyn.
Our picks for open houses to see encompass a wide variety of price ranges and locations, including two in the southerly direction of the borough.
A classic Park Slope brownstone on a park block in the historic district that’s been in the same family since at least 1966, 619 11th Street is a well-preserved Victorian row house built in 1892-93 as a part of a group of six.
We look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn Heights and Clinton Hill. How did they fare?
Since 2012, we’ve watched home prices in Brooklyn climb ever higher. Interest rates have stayed low, while real estate has returned gains of 8 percent or, in some cases, 100 percent a year, making real estate an enticing investment — not only in Brooklyn but nationwide and even globally.
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