It's a rare space: An elegant, top-of-the-line penthouse that occupies an entire floor in Park Slope.
Tucked into a shady corner of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, 31 Monroe Place is a sleeper building on an elegant street.
The home is spacious and light filled, with unique touches.
Walls of windows are the focal point of this two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex, giving the feeling of floating in the clouds.
If you've always wanted to see the inside of a grand and impressively detailed limestone row house, you will get your chance this week at two open houses.
This four-story single-family home less than two blocks from Prospect Park has classic details but is thoroughly modern.
Here’s a three-bedroom apartment with columns and a private terrace in Richard Meier on Prospect Park, the glass sheathed building designed by the well-known architect in 2007.
This alcove studio has exposed brick, walnut floors, and a beautifully appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
This three-bedroom, two-bath condo overlooking Prospect Park has a light and open feel.
With three exposures and a recent renovation, it is bright and has high-tech mechanicals and other comforts.