This updated apartment in a Renaissance Revival building is big enough for a family and has lots of windows across three exposures.
For relocators looking to make the move from New York City, Moving to the ‘Burbs, an evening hosted by Brownstoner Home Events at the Brooklyn Historical Society, is designed to help.
Peaches HotHouse Fort Greene quietly opened its doors October 17 in the space formerly occupied by Smoke Joint.
Their Kingston home is decorated with a combination of store rejects and family heirlooms.
This five-story brownstone, gut renovated by CWB Architects and decorated by interior designer Tamara Eaton, boasts an eye-popping list of conveniences and luxuries.
Local residents have been given access to a previously redacted report on the park's history and current condition, our sister publication Brooklyn Paper reports.
An upscale neighborhood like Brooklyn Heights deserves an upscale fire house, and this one certainly fits the bill.
The under-construction building will include underground parking, an indoor/outdoor fitness area, a children’s room and retail on the ground floor.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a barrel-fronted two-family in Windsor Terrace, a duplex condo in Carroll Gardens and a rental in Crown Heights.
Popular stories this week include affordable housing in East New York, the design of a Williamsburg loft and a federal house on the market in Kinderhook.