Restoration and maintenance of the landmarked church, including the stained glass windows, will be funded by the sale of the air rights and easements.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include an ornate brownstone in Bed Stuy, a brick row house in Bay Ridge and a co-op in Prospect Park South.
Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend are all under or just over the $1 million mark — a relative bargain in Brooklyn.
This Greene County cottage takes the 19th century picturesque country house ideal to the extreme with bargeboards so elongated that the dwelling has earned the moniker "The Icicle House."
A French-Japanese cafe with locations around the world is opening its latest spot right in the heart of Boerum Hill.
Possibly a '60s relic, the apartment has two marble mantels, a large and recently updated eat-in kitchen, attic storage space and 1.5 bathrooms.
The long-anticipated restoration and adaptation of the historic Nassau Brewery at 945 Bergen Street could be scrapped by a bankruptcy sale just as it inches toward completion.
Located at 9 Dekalb Avenue, the building has reached approximately 65 of its eventual 73 stories, making it already the tallest building in Brooklyn.
The interior of this 1890s townhouse is awash with the detail expected of its era, including wainscoting, pocket doors, fretwork, six mantels and plentiful built-ins.