Popular stories this week include include the protest around an NRA fundraiser and the renovation of a Fort Greene townhouse.
We've got four move-in ready houses up for view this weekend; three of them are renovated and in faultless condition, the fourth could use updating for the buyer who's inclined to do it.
Here’s a look at how four of our featured listings, located in Bed Stuy, Park Slope, the Columbia Street Waterfront and Crown Heights.
In the 19th century, a group of New York landscape painters captured the wild, bold beauty of the natural world, eventually becoming known collectively as the Hudson River School.
A developer has painstakingly restored the Greek Revival-Italianate villa, the neighborhood's last remaining link to its rural past.
This Park Slope floor-through offers a good deal of space, classic brownstone detailing and a flexible layout that could work for roommates or a family.
A dilapidated Fort Greene row house was gutted and its original interior details re-created in a sweeping overhaul by Gowanus-based Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.
Another big fight is brewing over landmarking and development in New York City.
This two-bedroom co-op has prewar features, a lot of space and a berth across the street from Prospect Park.
The Brooklyn wallpaper company Flavor Paper has launched a new all-female collection, Fempower, featuring designs by five women artists.