This three-bedroom duplex in the Park Slope Historic District has a sleek kitchen, three terraces and Runtal radiators.
If you had $925,000 to spend on a two-bedroom, would you prefer a recently converted condo in Bed Stuy or an older co-op in Park Slope?
The factory was a Bed Stuy icon for years and is now a seven-building luxury condo development whose prices will be in the millions.
Following the sale of two freestanding Edwardian homes in Flatbush back in March, a planned development on the property is beginning to move forward.
Join Brennan Rise for an open house at a 34-feet-wide brownstone before construction starts on a unique condo conversion project.
This condo in a recently converted 19th century school building has the feel of a gallery space carved out of a historic property.
Here's a Williamsburg condo that splits the difference between an old-school walkup and the new luxury condos that have overrun the neighborhood.
Here’s a three-bedroom, two-bath condo in an 1888 Romanesque Revival mansion.
Here's a swank duplex pad with killer views and a towering price tag at 360 Furman Street, better known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Here's a resale in the Mason Fisk condos at 72 Berry Street, which, we'll point out up front, is essentially a studio for over a million smackers.