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A design for a six-story apartment building in the Greenpoint Historic District faced a fair amount of pushback from commissioners and residents alike.
A revamped proposal for a one-story commercial building is predominantly red brick, with large arches, and takes its cues from neighboring buildings.
The restaurant has shifted from a permanent presence on the pier to a seasonal outpost, closed roughly from November to April.
The historic Domino Sugar Refinery has been purposefully turned into a shell in preparation for its conversion into offices.
Window inserts press into the inside of your window frame and offer better protection than storm windows -- without the hassle.
With the year almost at an end, we take a look back at the Brooklyn buildings and neighborhoods considered significant enough to merit designation by the Landmarks Preservation Commission this year.
In a bid to make changes to landmarks a bit less confusing for property owners, the Landmarks Preservation Commission has published an updated version of its Permit Guidebook.
Located on Waverly Avenue, they were built circa 1840 and are the oldest homes in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
A proposal for a new four-story, single-family house to be constructed on an empty lot in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District was temporarily shot down.