This pretty brick and stone house two blocks from Saratoga Park was built around 1887, old maps show.
Do you find yourself knowing what TV show your neighbors are binging or worse yet what their daily fight is about?
The New York State Department of Health has developed a serum antibody test to detect who is immune to the virus.
The one-bedroom boasts some nice Art Deco details, including a practical layout, built-in shelves and arched doorways.
Not able to reach out in person, Brooklynites are letting their stoops, windows and sidewalks do the talking.
The official coronavirus death count continues to drift down, an encouraging sign that social distancing may be flattening the curve.
It's got a slightly quirky layout but this circa 1870s multifamily row house has some interesting updates mixed in with period details.
Eligible incomes range between $76,972 and $124,930 for households of one to three people.
Good news: On Sunday, the number of deaths from coronavirus fell for the first time in New York City since the debut of the pandemic.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a rental in Carroll Gardens, and Italianate in Clinton Hill and a Romanesque Revival in Bed Stuy.