While it's on the narrow side, this pre-Civil War single family offers multiple floors of living space and some original details like wide planked floorboards, marble mantels and a graciously curved stair.
The annual Dyker Lights display will continue to convey holiday cheer this December, although the beloved spectacle will most likely take a more subdued form because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Of the affordable apartments, there are two studios, four one-bedroom units and a pair two-bedroom units.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a petite brick in Gowanus, a semi-detached in Bay Ridge and a standalone in Ditmas Park.
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It wasn't always so easy to procure a tree in the city.
Thanksgiving in America has always been a rather strange combination of festival, food and frolic.
There are marble mantels, wood shutters and other original details to be found inside this two-family located in the Park Slope Historic District.
The city and developers unveiled the income levels for the 950 affordable rentals and co-ops planned for the long-in-the-works development.
A group of concerned residents and reps for local pols held a virtual meeting Tuesday night to talk about strategies to landmark the neighborhood.