The floor-through apartment on the top story appears well preserved and has a separate dining room.
This one-bedroom rental on the top floor of a townhouse in the Crown Heights Historic District II appears well kept and retains its historic details.
Potentially, a slowdown could increase housing security for Brooklyn renters in large buildings.
The apartment has one or two-ish bedrooms, crown molding, window shutters and wood floors.
This unusual apartment in Clinton Hill appears to be carved out of the rear dining room extension of an 1869 mansion.
Here's one of those spacious apartments that would be a good fit for a small family or, at least in theory, shareable.
This apartment in a 1915 walkup with 16 units has been renovated and is now a duplex with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, in-unit laundry and a rec room.
This two-bedroom in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens is on the second floor of a late 1890s detached townhouse close to Prospect Park.
This two-bedroom rental on the top floor of a 1939 Cypress Hills elevator co-op appears to be in immaculate condition and is not too pricey, relatively speaking.
The garden-level floor-through of this Greenwood Heights townhouse boasts garden access and an extra large, U-shaped kitchen.