This weekend's open house picks have both a dearth of original details and an abundance of modern amenities.
Here’s a look at four of our featured listings from six months ago, located in Bushwick, Sunset Park, Prospect Heights and Prospect Park South.
This charming two-bedroom floor-through apartment is in a standalone brick two-family from the early 1920s.
The group wants the developer to drop existing businesses on Wyckoff Avenue from the rezoning area and make the development more affordable and smaller.
South Slope-based firm Braude Pankiewicz Architects took on the project for a family member, who saw its potential as an investment property.
The home was built in the 1880s and was redone by interior designer Sheena Murphy of Sheep + Stone in collaboration with architecture firm Frances Mildred.
Figuring out where to squeeze central air conditioning in a century-old brownstone or townhouse can be perplexing even for the most seasoned renovators, especially when the original walls are remaining intact.
At a public hearing Tuesday morning, Councilmember Stephen Levin asked both the developers of 80 Flatbush and the community advocates: Is there a way to strike a balance?
This two-bedroom, 2.5-bath duplex condo has a number of attractive features, including a clean, streamlined design and two outdoor spaces.
Build your network, hear from residential market leaders, and learn about developments changing the skyline and streets of New York City's two fastest growing boroughs at the Brownstoner and QNS Real Estate Conference in October.