Its columned facade was once a graceful sibling to the manse next door, but for decades the Colonial Revival on Ocean Avenue has been losing its luster.
Is someone trying to pocket a deposit or steal from the oldest Black women's fraternal organization in the country?
With broken windows and a boarded-up front door at the top of a once grand stoop, the 1860s Italianate gives up few clues as to whether any tantalizing remnants linger on the interior.
A building that had collapsed on a busy stretch of Bedford Avenue during tropical storm Isaias was demolished last week, as nearby residents whose homes had been vacated by the fire department in the aftermath were allowed to return.
Located on a busy stretch, the building once housed favorite neighborhood stores but was slated for demolition as part of a planned development.
One man was injured when hundreds of pounds of concrete and brick collapsed from the facade of a Crown Heights building Wednesday afternoon.
A pair of crumbling 1850s wood-frame houses has come back from the brink and been beautifully restored.
Artist and native Brooklynite Katie Merz recently covered a crumbling but landmarked property in Clinton Hill with one of her signature black and white hieroglyphic murals.
A historic Clinton Avenue house that has been in the same family for generations is on the market as a "prime development" site.
The storied Bed Stuy theater is gone, and its new owner plans a mixed-use building with apartments.