If you ever wondered what America would have looked like after World War II had it shifted its wartime economy back to cities instead of building up outlying areas with suburban cul de sacs shot through with highways, here's a glimpse.
This particular unit is an efficient, modern number with unobstructed views looking east -- which means they won't be blocked by Downtown Brooklyn towers.
In Carroll Gardens, here's an appealing duplex condo spread out over the parlor and garden floors of a four-story row house.
Here's a one-bedroom co-op primely located in an early 20th century elevator building just a half-block from Grand Army Plaza.
Located in a four-unit self-managed building on Union Street, the home is quaint and charming despite minimal original details.
In the Dumbo Historic District, here’s a spacious loft in a circa 1894-1895 factory building designed by William Tubby.
This one-bedroom co-op in the Park Slope Historic District is small but appealing, with multiple exposures and some original details.
This true two-bedroom condo in Park Slope is in prime condition, with 9.5-foot ceilings as well as some original details.
Here’s a two-bedroom duplex co-op with high ceilings and a smattering of original details.
This spacious one-bedroom duplex condo is thoroughly modern and only four blocks away from the southwestern corner of Prospect Park.