Two more actors are planting roots in Brooklyn. Back in August, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz purchased a landmarked four-story townhouse in the Cobble Hill Historic District, according to the New York Post. Property records show that it was purchased for $6.75 million through an LLC called On the Rows.
Here’s a Bed Stuy brownstone that’s been gut renovated and done up with some interesting design touches, more distinctive than found in the average flip. The long-running flipper outfit Massada is behind this one, which sits at 754 Putnam Avenue in Stuy Heights.
It’s not quite central Downtown Brooklyn, Vinegar Hill or Fort Greene, but this quirky little neighborhood is one of the oldest areas of downtown and amazingly still has some surviving early and mid 19th century row houses.
Clinton Hill favorite Hot Bird might soon be no more. The bar, located 546 Clinton Avenue — and well known for its large outdoor area and banning of children — is situated on the site of a proposed new 29-story Morris Adjmi-designed residential building, which is to be located 550 Clinton Avenue.
This spacious Park Slope duplex sits a half-block from Prospect Park and has a private roof deck with skyline views — qualities which may not scream out in the midst of a “bomb cyclone,” but which will hold considerable appeal come spring. It’s at the top of a five-story brownstone — a walk-up, needless to say and thus not for the weak of leg.
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