The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a brownstone in Park Slope, a brick row house in Bay Ridge and an Italianate in Prospect Heights.
Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
With a bright red door, a windowed porch and a front gable ornamented with shingles and half-timbering, this early 20th century single-family in the Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District has plenty of curb appeal.
The program is online this year but that gives you a chance for virtual tours of some of the places that have earned their advocates one of this year's Grassroots Preservation Awards.
Brooklyn Public Library unveiled a series of interior renovations to the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza Thursday, just days ahead of the book lender’s partial reopening for in-person browsing on May 10.
With wood floors, a marble mantel and a wood-burning fireplace, this Park Slope two-bedroom has numerous charms to offer.
The long-awaited project will add a two-way protected bike lane, a new pedestrian path, and metered parking beneath the elevated Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from the Kosciuszko Bridge to Metropolitan Avenue.
This striking Queen Anne in Crown Heights has an impressive exterior, nice original details and a slightly awkward layout.
In recent years, vintage-style tile has become available, making it possible to restore period bathrooms, create new yet classic bathrooms, or design ones that look as if they’ve always been there.
City officials added the sale of more than a football field’s worth of publicly owned air rights to the Gowanus rezoning application, documents reveal.