Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
They have impressive details and a range of updates and conditions and include two Neo-Grecs with ornate fretwork screens and mantels.
This week, we look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Williamsburg, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights and Park Slope.
Even if you have visited Frederic Church's masterpiece of design before, you can see it through a different lens this summer with a special Olana tour program.
The living/dining/kitchen space in this unit has been opened up and gets light from wraparound windows on two exposures.
Photographer Rafael Rios’ new book is made up of images of his family taken between 1999 and 2016.
Brooklyn-based designer Lauren Wills transforms a historic urban firehouse into a light-hearted bachelor pad.
It has appealing features from the mid-19th century, such as wide-plank floors, tall parlor windows with wood shutters, and original mantels.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former police officer, weighed in Tuesday on de Blasio's proposal to rebuild the Brooklyn House of Detention in Boerum Hill as part of a sweeping city-wide reform of Rikers Island.
We spent a lot of time picking out tile for the bathrooms, but deciding on the grout color and joint size are also key.