Catch up on your reading with a look at the most popular stories from the past week.
Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend include the former Park Slope home of a New York City mayor and a more humble bow-fronted row house in Bay Ridge with details and potential.
This week, we look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Park Slope, Borough Park, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens.
Located in one of the most parking-constrained neighborhoods in the borough, the rental could be useful to an artisan or small-business owner who needs materials storage and a place to park a loaded truck overnight.
This year the Prospect Park Alliance has been busy cleaning the pools, streams and waterfalls that make up the impressive man-made watercourse that winds its way through the scenic green space.
A long-term renovation combines careful restoration of 1870s brownstone detail with mid-century modern furnishings and exuberant contemporary art.
Behind the remarkably anodyne, standard-fare facade on Green Street is a sybaritic modern architectural fantasia
Support a good cause and work your way through the best food and drink that Red Hook has to offer this month.
Now that we're getting close to wrapping up the project, we feel good about two developments that are in the final stages.
A co-op on the top floor of a four-story walkup has 2.5 bedrooms, original woodwork, seven closets, and extremely low monthly maintenance.