This spacious and modern duplex not far from Barclays Center has a light and open feel.
This home near the ferry and some of the best foodie spots in the borough has an open, contemporary feel.
Here’s a distinctive four-story Neo-Grec brownstone in Crown Heights that’s been recently renovated and has a ton of space.
With their new office, Douglas Elliman can nurture relationships with long-standing customers who want to live in Bed Stuy.
This 1870s Boerum Hill brownstone is ideally located and completely renovated with 4,100 square feet of living space over five floors.
This modern fifth floor corner co-op in Fort Greene offers plenty of space, with two bedrooms that have access to their own bathrooms.
Here’s a modern floor-through in an Italianate townhouse with a wealth of good features. It's on 4th Place in Carroll Gardens, near the corner of Court Street.
This handsome 19th century red brick building offers loft-like living spaces with exposed beams and original fireplaces, as well as charming commercial spaces on the ground floor.
The interior is luxuriously appointed, with fixtures, fittings and surfaces from Waterworks, Baldwin and Urban Archaeology.
Originally a blacksmith's home and later an antique store, the 1860s building was reconfigured by a set designer and theater group founder in the 1960s.