The backyard has gardening potential for someone with a green thumb, as well as room for kids to play and dogs to run.
Two identical condo units became a sleek modern duplex with a floating staircase in the hands of Italian-born, Brooklyn-based architect Luca Farinelli of BLD Lab.
The High Victorian Gothic rock-faced brownstone was built for a lumber magnate, a friend of Mark Twain, in 1869-70.
This nicely preserved Renaissance Revival brownstone is brimming with untouched woodwork, neo-Classical mantels and stained glass.
We hope that we end up with something we can really be proud of because it will be a product of our own design.
At Community Board 4’s Land Use Committee meeting Tuesday night, City Planning introduced a draft of the Bushwick rezoning plan.
It's an impressive pied-à-terre for the 1 percent with singular views and considered minimalist modern design.
The first wing of the massive building opened in 1870 as St. John’s College, a Catholic school.
It is just the latest in what has been a long history of plans for the site that never came to fruition.
This brownstone in the Fort Greene Historic District has big proportions and well preserved details such as carved marble mantels.