Two Trees plans to open a climate change-themed miniature golf course and a small urban farm at a vacant industrial lot along the Williamsburg waterfront — before eventually developing the space into the towering “River Ring” development and beach park.
A pair of new towers, both featuring giant murals, are planned for a busy stretch on the border of Crown Heights and Prospect Heights.
More people applied to serve on Brooklyn’s community boards in 2021 than in any year since at least 2017, with some boards seeing up to a 58 percent jump in applications when compared to 2020.
On the first floor of a prewar walk-up building, this renovated apartment has some modern touches along with plentiful closets and two bedrooms.
This week, our look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focuses on homes in Sunset Park, Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope and Bed Stuy.
The developer, which was also involved in the controversial closing of Rivington House, plans nearly 500 apartments, retail and a medical office.
It might be in need of a bit of a polish, but this Romanesque Revival row house offers up some eye-catching period details like fretwork, wainscoting, built-ins and mantels.
Leaving original details intact, the new owner of a well preserved brownstone renovates and decorates with fearless eclecticism and unique personal style.
All one-bedrooms, the affordable units are set at an area median income of 130 percent.
The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a single-family in Flatlands, a brownstone in Carroll Gardens and a co-op in Sunset Park.