An affordable housing lottery has opened for 37 newly constructed units in an eight-story building at 7 Livonia Avenue in Brownsville.
For lovers of early 19th century architecture, this house is a treasure trove of original details and, to add to the allure, it poses a bit of an architectural-history mystery.
Soon after buying a three-story, woodwork-laden Victorian townhouse, a couple with two young kids contracted with Brooklyn-based interior designer Linda Cava to help them pull together the parlor floor’s decor.
We’re in the tenth week of sheltering in place and the 40th day of home schooling for New York City schools. New York City is aiming to start its reopening in early June, De Blasio said Monday. The city so far has met three of the seven benchmarks necessary to reopen, and is working on contract tracing, adequate ICU beds, and other requirements.
A recent renovation has given this single-family home some modern finishes and the extra perks of a converted garage and off-street parking. It’s in Kensington, at 277 East 9th Street, a short amble from the Parade Ground.
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