The building racked up complaints about instability and thousands of dollars of fines over 15 years, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Gone is the quaint 19th century clapboard structure that once housed Cobble Hill's BookCourt.
Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna announced via Instagram that the business will continue but they will not be part of its future, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reported.
Located on the atmospheric commercial spine of Vinegar Hill, this early 19th century structure shows the development of the area.
Starting today, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors and other personal care business will be open for business, our sister pub amNY reports.
The nine-story mixed-use building at 1921 Cortelyou Road will have 76 units and replaced the Baptist Church of the Redeemer.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a rental in Bed Stuy, a co-op in Park Slope and a single family in Crown Heights.
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The first of several nights of July 4 fireworks lit up the skies of Coney Island Monday, across from the red, white, and blue Steeplechase Parachute Jump.
An incredibly intact 18th century farmhouse, the Wyckoff-Bennett House, has slipped onto the market for the first time in decades.