When interior designer Lauren Wills’ significant other moved out of their shared apartment mid-lease, her rent instantly doubled. But because she loved the sunny, loft-like space on the top floor of an older multi-unit building, she decided to stay and make it work.
An affordable housing lottery has opened up for 35 apartments in an eight-story building under construction at 325 Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill. The site was formerly a Key Food, which will return, the developer promised after a community outcry.
Not every renovation is a full-on gut. This three-bedroom apartment, located in a brick and stucco building near Prospect Park, had been stripped of moldings at some point in the past, and its two existing bathrooms were hopelessly dated.
This week, we’ve got three homes in move-in ready condition, and one that remains a mystery. Two have garages, and they’re located in Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, Beverly Square East and East Flatbush.
This two-story Colonial Revival in Flatbush is a renovated early 20th century brick home with original details as well as modern touches. Built in 1915-1916 by the firm of Cantor & Dorfman and prominent Brooklyn developer Charles Goell, it’s located at 3 Martense Court in a row that was previously featured as a Building of the Day.
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