Popular stories this week include the recent bombing in Times Square by a Brooklyn suspect, the removal of an iconic sign from the skyline and a look at the transformation of a townhouse.
Here's a rare House of the Day for under a million -- though it calls for a renovation budget that'll push the total cost over that figure.
This week, we’re bringing you back to when it was warm outside (and still light out when you left work) to take a quick look at four of our featured listings from the beginning of June.
Despite its architectural significance, the early 19th century Dutch Reformed Church has been vacant and deteriorating for decades as the community and preservationists have struggled to come up with a plan to save the masterwork.
Here's an above-average rental located in a exquisite landmarked brownstone in Bed Stuy, built in 1890.
Interior designer Luna Grey found everything a young Brooklyn couple needed to decorate their first apartment online, at a wide variety of sources.
Expect a mix of luxury and affordable apartments, but no senior housing or school at the storied site, which takes up an entire block.
The New York City Department of Transportation released their mitigation plan for the upcoming L train shutdown Wednesday evening.
This brick corner townhouse on Greene Street in the Clinton Hill Historic District was built in 1990 as one of a row of 11 new buildings, with Italianate facades that passed muster with the landmarks commission.
You can find some pretty amazing historic houses for sale in Brooklyn -- in states other than New York. Here are three.