The first of several nights of July 4 fireworks lit up the skies of Coney Island Monday, across from the red, white, and blue Steeplechase Parachute Jump.
Tenants living in a house owned by a prominent Brooklyn family say their landlords harassed them and attempted to illegally evict them from their Crown Heights townhouse.
It’s the type of property that doesn’t come on the market very often in Brooklyn. An incredibly intact 18th century farmhouse, the Wyckoff-Bennett House has slipped onto the market for the first time in decades.
This Clinton Hill apartment will need a buyer with the energy for a substantial reno and an income that fits the requirements. It’s on the second floor of 116 Cambridge Place, an early 20th century flats building that is now an income-restricted HDFC.
Now that the summer heat is setting in we’ve been regularly using our new mini split system to cool our home. We had some questions about how well the system and configuration would work.
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