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.
In 2007, a brick building in Downtown Brooklyn with a connection to the abolitionist movement was saved from eminent domain. Now, in a shocking twist, it might be demolished.
This one-bedroom apartment on the top floor of a 1936 elevator building has room enough for books, a home office, and even a Murphy bed.
A mixed-use property taking over half a block in Bushwick has topped out, and work on the exterior is progressing quickly toward completion.
At some point over the July 4 weekend, the city unveiled a pop-up version of the long-delayed park.
Built in 1893, it has seven elaborate mantels, a fretwork screen, wainscoting and pocket doors.
The new owners of a Second Empire wood-frame townhouse in Bed Stuy added brick veneer, mismatched doors and air-conditioning compressors to the front facade.