This sleek, modern one-bedroom is spacious, light-filled, and has treetop views of one of Brooklyn's greenest neighborhoods.
As February draws to a close so does Black Artstory Month, an annual, monthlong series of free events related to the black experience put on by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.
The fact that they were renters didn’t deter this creative couple from making changes to their 650-square-foot Clinton Hill apartment.
The wait is almost over: Phase 1 of the townhouses at Navy Green are within weeks of occupancy. By the time the snow from this blizzard melts, you could be settling into one of these airy three- or four-bedroom homes, each featuring over 3,000 square feet of space.
We recently went on a tour of one of the homes, and when we weren’t too busy daydreaming of living here ourselves, we took plenty of pictures of the interiors for you to check out. Come on inside!
This Neo-Grec Clinton Hill brownstone at 562 Washington Avenue is slim at 18 feet, but with five stories and a large two-story extension at the rear it offers a lot of square footage.
It’s set up with duplexes on the top and bottom, with a floor-through unit in between. So an owner could live in one of the duplexes and pull some decent rental income to offset the mortgage.
This four-story Italianate brick row house is a beaut, with much to recommend it and no glaring flaws. Located at 14 Cambridge Place in Clinton Hill, it offers rich detail, ample space, a practical layout, several outdoor spaces, superior condition and a location on a nice block.
This two-family home on Cambridge Place in Clinton Hill has several points of distinction. It’s a wood-framer that dates back to the Civil War. It’s landmarked, sitting within the Clinton Hill historic district. And it will look familiar to fans of White Collar, on which it was featured as the home of federal agent Peter Burke.
The Clinton Hill apartment of designers Kasia Wisniewski and Nick Foley is filled with the creative oddities and DIY projects one would expect from a pair of aesthetically minded makers.
The collection includes everything from antique glitter and a paper kaleidoscope from Foley’s mother (a vintage wholesaler), to a chunk of crystalized honey from a manufacturing trip to China, handmade paper flowers from their June wedding, and a slab of white marble pulled from a dumpster in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
One of Clinton Hill’s most notable eyesores — a landmarked but completely messed up prominent corner property at 109 Gates Avenue — has sold and will be fixed up soon.
It’s here! A much-needed full-line supermarket reopened at 490 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill Friday, after closing two years ago to make way for construction.
A wave of development has been closing grocery stores in the area, leaving shoppers with fewer affordable options.