For almost 75 years, this detail-filled neo-Jacobean manse with Prospect Park views has been home to the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, but this week the organization put the impressive property on the market for $30 million.
While this 1880s Park Slope brownstone has original woodwork and plaster details, for some the true lure might be the outdoor space. On a stretch of Garfield Place that includes 150-foot deep lots, it has a glass-ceilinged sunroom leading out to a brick patio and large rear yard.
Under the K Bridge Park, a long-awaited green space beneath the Kosciuszko Bridge in Greenpoint, opened on Tuesday, offering a brand-new place for locals to spend their days amid the fresh outdoors.
With a location just across the street from Prospect Park, this one-bedroom co-op offers the allure of easy strolls through Brooklyn’s backyard along with prewar details and a renovated kitchen.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 44 units in an eight-story building located at 869 Myrtle Avenue, part of the long-in-the-works Cascade Linen complex in Bed Stuy.
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