An affordable housing lottery has opened for 17 houses for sale across a number of addresses in East New York, Brownsville and Ocean Hill, available only to first-time home buyers.
St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights was once the place for Brooklyn’s wealthy to make an architectural statement with their grand homes, and this 1890s limestone is an intriguing slice of that history.
Is it possible that the Hotel Bossert in Brooklyn Heights is finally opening?
Flanked on either side by rows of brick houses, this Gowanus wood frame is set back from the sidewalk, giving a hint to its earlier history as a standalone dwelling constructed long before development hemmed it into a city block.
With a spacious and practical layout, some period touches and a location on the top floor, this one-bedroom rental offers up more than a few enticements.
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