Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
A selection of roomy standalone homes in Windsor Terrace, Midwood and Sea Gate as well as a bow-fronted townhouse in Bay Ridge are on view at open houses this weekend.
This week, we look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Brooklyn Heights, Flatbush and its micro-nabe Beverly Square West.
The small house obsession isn't unique to the 21st century. Packed with curbside allure, this diminutive charmer was completed in 1939 and earned an award for its small house design.
This third-floor railroad apartment with wood floors, prewar charm and extra rooms could be a decent find for the right person.
Kyle Page was both architect and client in building a pondside country place for his own young family, kept simple for reasons of aesthetics and cost.
A row of one-story retail stores facing Schermerhorn Street was recently razed, and on Tuesday firefighters were knocking windows out of the largest building on the site.
A three-story townhouse in the new Sunset Park South Historic District has street character and an unusual amount of well-preserved original details on the interior.
I used to live on Jefferson, between Marcy and Tompkins, and walked past this house just about every day for more than 17 years.
Adding a deck can add a lot of value to your home, and creating access to it doesn't have to cost a fortune.