Beautifully restored in 2016 after decades of decay, Gowanus’ landmarked Coignet Building is back on the market and asking $6.5 million. Built as the headquarters and showcase for the New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company in 1873, it was one of the earliest cast concrete stone structures in the United States.
It’s looking like the highly anticipated Wegmans will actually open in the Brooklyn Navy Yard this fall. A recent stroll past the site showed signage up, hiring banners in place and sidewalks going in.
A petite but flexible one- or two-bedroom apartment in a circa 1860s brownstone mansion has grand details and is move-in ready.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 16 units in a 10-story apartment building, dance hall and church under construction at 260 Knickerbocker Avenue, at the corner of Willoughby, in Bushwick.
Here’s a modest two-story early 20th century single-family brick house with a porch and striped retractable awning that is for sale in Windsor Terrace. Located at 179 Seeley Street, it can’t be much more than 1,300 square feet, not including the finished basement.
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