The 1987 film used the exterior of 19 Cranberry Street as the home of the multi-generational Castorini family, and the surrounding area figured prominently in the movie along with stars Cher, Nicholas Cage and Olympia Dukakis.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 89 units in a 6-story building at 645 Gates Avenue, between Throop Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard in Bed Stuy. The building is called The Astra.
Practically bursting at the seams with details, this 1890s Stuyvesant Heights beauty is sure to appeal to lovers of Gilded Age interiors.
Someone claiming to be the owner of the Brooklyn headquarters of the United Order of Tents has posted a listing on Zillow, saying the landmarked 1863 mansion at 87 MacDonough Street in Bed Stuy is for sale — and asking $9.75 million for it.
A rare bit of film gives a glimpse of something that once greeted generations of Brooklynites: a flock of sheep taking a springtime stroll through Prospect Park.
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