If you have ever fantasized about being a gracious innkeeper, here’s a sprawling Queen Anne in the Catskills that boasts a detail-filled interior and a connection with a Jewish builder, real estate mogul and important philanthropist.
Here’s one of those spacious apartments that would be a good fit for a small family or, at least in theory, shareable — depending on how much privacy, light and space the roommates are willing to sacrifice.
Contemporary, with variable degrees of renovation, is the theme, starting with a four-story brick townhouse with a modern-organic-style update in Cobble Hill asking a hefty $6.495 million.
Another tower is growing among the forest of tall buildings in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed by Marvel Architects and developed by Jenel Management, a mixed-use building at 540 Fulton Street has risen 38 stories out of an eventual 43 floors. The building, which is already looming over a busy corner of Flatbush Avenue Extension, will eventually use the address 532 Fulton Street, renderings show.
A rare extra-large Edwardian apartment nestles on the third floor of a 10-unit 1901 limestone walkup co-op in Prospect Heights. Located at 207 Park Place two blocks from Grand Army Plaza, apartment 3E is a three-bedroom floor-through with extravagant historical details.
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