Here’s a Sunset Park classic, a two-bedroom in a Finnish co-operative that has a flexible layout and a renovation that brought back a bit of its original flair. It’s in one of the earliest co-ops constructed in Brooklyn, at 826 43rd Street.
The Red Hook Fairway may be gone but its spirit will live on in the space’s coming Food Bazaar, according to the chain supermarket’s executive vice president.
Last week’s open house picks are all move-in ready; three of them have a mix of updates and original detail while the other is ready for a style upgrade. Located in Fort Green, Prospect Heights, Greenpoint and Marine Park, they range in asking price from $875,000 for a house in Marine Park to $4.99 million for a brownstone in Fort Greene.
This Clinton Hill Italianate brownstone has an interesting mix of era-spanning details and updates, including impressive plasterwork, neo-Classical and Arts and Crafts mantels, and modern kitchens and baths. It’s located at the south edge of the neighborhood at 507 Clinton Avenue between Fulton and Atlantic.
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.
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