We didn’t plan on writing an article on paint, especially since our place will be mostly painted white.
A guide to some of the events worth checking out at this year's Brooklyn Book Festival, especially if you’re looking to skip the lines on the big-ticket talks.
A notable early 20th century building with whimsical and colorful terra-cotta in Downtown Brooklyn is not long for this world, and architect Fogarty Finger has released renderings of the glass tower that will take its place.
The floors are parquet and the walls are white, for a clean and contemporary yet mid-century look.
In 1821, the good folk of New Lots decided they needed their own community church. This was not a town of wealthy merchants; these were farmers, without a lot of money.
Bushwick will be overflowing with art lovers as the annual Bushwick Open Studios returns for its 13th year.
Sharply updated in the latest fashion in its kitchen and bathrooms, this sprawling early 20th century shingled house has wonderful preserved details inside and out.
The eight-story, 50-unit brick and steel building will have a traditional yet contemporary look, a rendering posted on the fence shows.
Rents are set at 60 percent of median income, which is beginning to become a rarity in Brooklyn.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a spacious co-op in Park Slope, a Flatbush row house and a modern reno in Clinton Hill.