An affordable housing lottery has opened for 75 units in an eight-story building at 310-350 Clarkson Avenue in East Flatbush.
As the city quietly raises townhouse taxes across Brooklyn, a mayoral commission today released a report proposing to raise raise property taxes even more for all types of residences. It’s part of an effort to make citywide property tax more fair, according to the report from the New York City Advisory Commission on Property Tax Reform.
A four-story brownstone in Bed Stuy looks to be well preserved and contains some fine woodwork, especially the window and door trim topped with high crowns and incised patterns. The building is configured as two floor-through apartments above an owner’s duplex.
These picks are Victorian townhouses in various states of improvement, ranging in price from a bay-fronted brick two-family in Crown Heights asking $1.1 million to a five-story Neo-Grec brownstone in Fort Greene listed for $3.695 million.
When New York State ruled late Tuesday that charging broker fees to renters is now illegal, some in the industry immediately predicted some landlords would themselves pay the broker fee and pass on the cost to tenants by raising asking rents.
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