Many New Jersey communities are attractive to Brooklynites because of their diversity and creativity, according to real estate agent Allison Ziefert.
Built in the 19th century, this 22-foot-wide single-family townhouse in Downtown Brooklyn has an abundance of modern interior touches and multiple outdoor spaces.
Here’s a gut-renovated five-bedroom brownstone in Bed Stuy that has a number of desirable features, most notably a rooftop deck big enough for outdoor dining and socially distanced gatherings.
In this latest episode of The Brownstoner Podcast, Jessica Henson and Lucy Perry of the Henson Soule Perry Team discuss the charms of brownstone Brooklyn, the impact of COVID on the Brooklyn real estate market, and what you need to know before renovating a townhouse.
Keberle describes life in the Catskills vs. Brooklyn, offers advice to first-time buyers, and predicts how COVID-19 will affect New York City.
A third-generation native of Staten Island who got his start working in the family shoe store, Compass broker Joe Tirone lifts the curtain on what to do and where to go in Staten Island.
There's more than 1,200 square feet in this corner unit, and the living room, dining area and kitchen are an open-plan design.
Located in a full-service building, it has been renovated from top to bottom, with Brazilian hardwood floors, crown molding and custom window treatments.
Julie Cohen and Nick Ferrone discuss how COVID is affecting the real estate market, suggest affordable and creative renovation upgrades, and share insight on where first-time homebuyers can find a bargain in Brooklyn.
In the latest episode of The Brownstoner Podcast, Compass real estate agent Nicole Galluccio shares heartfelt observations about her native borough, such as why Carroll Gardens reminds her of Sesame Street and how COVID has changed things -- and where to find Brooklyn's best pizza.