Even the most basic deck requires permits and must adhere to strict code requirements to be legal in Brooklyn.
Before you attempt your own window boxes, or hire an expert to install them, consider these tips from local gardeners.
When the groundhog tests the weather in early February, it’s time to start thinking about the rotting fence you never got around to replacing.
Proponents of the lush walls of plants say they provide noise insulation, clean the air, and create a soothing environment.
Plant canopies are the newest way to beautify the inconvenient reality of garbage storage on tiny city plots.
Artificial grass is catching on in Brooklyn backyards, where shady conditions make it a low-maintenance and cost-effective alternative to real turf.
Stylish, low maintenance and family friendly, this bi-level Brooklyn backyard by Brook Landscape features a marble patio, wood deck and layered plantings.
The judges have ruled, and the 23rd annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest winner is Bed Stuy's Stuyvesant Avenue between Bainbridge and Chauncey streets.
The Manhattan Bridge almost looks close enough to reach out and touch from the roof of Two Trees' 45 Main Street in Dumbo.
Brownstoner's 10 most popular spring Instagram photos feature classic views framed by the delicate blossoms of flowering trees.