Mary-Louise Parker is staying in Brooklyn Heights. The actress, best known for her role as a marijuana-dealing single mom on the television series “Weeds,” purchased a five-bedroom, four bathroom co-op for $4.3 million Thursday, as Curbed was the first to report.
This weekend’s open houses are all over a million. Three have garages, one has a swimming pool and they span the borough from Carroll Gardens all the way out to Mill Basin.
It’s been a long time coming, but new buildings are finally rising at the Admiral’s Row site at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A recent visit showed three buildings under construction at the six-acre site at Flushing Avenue and Navy Street.
This four-story limestone and brick Renaissance Revival-style row house is sprawling, with original woodwork among other period notes. Located at 1265 Bergen Street in the Crown Heights Historic District, it’s just over a block from the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
When interior designer Glenn Gissler went apartment hunting six years ago, the longtime Manhattanite had been to Brooklyn very few times before. He was astounded by the charm and amenities he found in the upper duplex of a circa 1890 row house in central Brooklyn Heights.
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