This two-bedroom apartment is only for those who meet the income restrictions, but for those who do it offers a nice amount of space along with prewar details and a location in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
Here's an attractive, affordable prewar studio in Park Slope one block from Prospect Park -- but there's a catch.
This early 20th century co-op offers easy access to outdoor space and an interior with original touches and recent renovations.
It's on the third floor of an unusual late Victorian apartment building that was given a neo-Colonial makeover in 1942.
Applications are currently being accepted for 25 co-op units in a new four-story complex in Ocean Hill.
This two-bedroom co-op has prewar features, a lot of space and a berth across the street from Prospect Park.
This co-op has a vintage kitchen and a berth on a bucolic-for-Brooklyn street with tree-lined medians.
This Williamsburg duplex co-op is bright and attractive, on the third floor of a six-unit walk-up built in 2003.
Here's a genuine two-bedroom in Sunset Park, something that doesn't come along every day.
This prewar one-bedroom co-op is attractive, with double exposures and a nice view overlooking the Brooklyn Botanic Garden from the bedroom.