The exterior of the second building in the ever-growing Domino development in Williamsburg is getting close to the finish line.
An early 20th century bow-fronted brick row house is located near the newly minted Bay Ridge Parkway-Doctors’ Row Historic District — and fittingly it’s well preserved inside and out.
Although only two rooms, this compact one-bedroom in Park Slope has some well-designed aspects to recommend it. Located on the third floor of a 32-unit prewar walkup, the co-op has an updated kitchen and bath that play nicely with the unit’s vintage details.
After their first foray into Brooklyn last year, pastry purveyor Amy’s Bread has expanded with another location in Brooklyn Heights.
Justin Bazdarich is busy. The day before his new restaurant Oxomoco opened in June 2018, his wife had a child. “My life has sort of been upside down for the past seven months,” he said earlier this year. “I’m trying to figure out how to manage three restaurants, and my wife and I have been trying to figure out how to live.”
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