This fabulous prewar Brooklyn Heights co-op offers over 1,800 square feet of space, details and prime views out of three exposures, which take in the Manhattan skyline and the East River.
This two-bedroom Brooklyn Heights co-op is more dramatic than average, thanks to its berth in a converted Gothic church, built circa 1850.
Built in 1905, this three-bedroom floor-through co-op in the Park Slope Historic District is in good shape and with some choice original detail.
This cute Flatbush two-bedroom offers a decent amount of space for the price in a 113-unit building close to Brooklyn College, built in 1940.
This three-bedroom in a Brooklyn Heights brownstone overlooking the promenade has panoramic views of the harbor and Manhattan skyline.
This Park Slope two-bedroom is attractive and reasonably spacious, with a working fireplace and a shared roof deck.
Here's a two-bedroom Park Slope co-op that's gotten a swank, elegant overhaul by the design firm BHDM and stories in Architectural Digest and Lonny.
This one-bedroom unit is attractive and has ample space and a renovated kitchen.
This one-bedroom apartment is pretty tiny, but it's attractive, has low monthly charges and sits across the street from Sunset Park.
Here's a two-bedroom co-op that sits at the top of an 1898 manse designed by Montrose Morris.