Popular this week were stories about Brooklyn parks, from the opening of Domino Park to the unexpected saga of Spike Lee and BAM Park.
Highlights of this week's open houses include a working wood-paneled sauna, a detached garage and a backyard studio.
Here’s a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, located in Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill, Bed Stuy and Borough Park.
In the New York real estate game the code for prewar apartment luxury is often "designed by Rosario Candela."
In the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, this one-bedroom walk-up on the top floor of a four-story brick building, which dates from circa 1861-1879.
The building was developed under HDC’s Extremely Low and Low-Income Affordability program and HPD’s Supportive Housing Loan Program.
Soon after buying a three-story, woodwork-laden Victorian townhouse, a couple with two young kids contracted with Brooklyn-based interior designer Linda Cava to help them pull together the parlor floor’s decor.
On a historic Park Slope block unfortunately not protected by any historic designation, this single-family brick home is lovely but in need of some love.
At its height, the Red Hook squatter camp known as Tin City had a population of more than 1,000 people.
Leigh Ruple finds inspiration for her drawings and paintings in “geometries and patterns from the local architecture” around her studio in East Williamsburg.