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This two-bedroom, two-bath condominium at 324 22nd Street is located in historic Greenwood Heights along a quiet, tree-lined street.

There are bamboo floors throughout the open space. The kitchen features cherry wood cabinets and Carrera marble countertops which offer a beautiful contrast in color. The king-sized master bedroom has an en-suite full bath, and the second bedroom is located on the opposite side of the living room allowing full privacy. There is laundry in the apartment, and pets are welcome.

The property is a block away from historic Green-Wood Cemetery, a short walk away from Prospect Park, and a walk through the park will take you to the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the central Brooklyn Library. There are restaurants and bars in the area, and the F, G, and R trains are all within walking distance.

The ask is $815,000 with common monthly charges of $254. There is an open house Sunday, February 28, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Click through for more photos.

324 22nd Street, 2A [Brooklyn Bridge Realty] GMAP

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Artist rendering of the proposed waterfront streetcar via Friends of the Brooklyn Queens Connector

Prospective residents of the new mixed use development at Navy Green, straddling the borders of Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, may wonder about the Brooklyn Navy Yard a couple blocks to the north. What does it have to offer people who live in the area?

Right now, the Navy Yard is primarily an industrial park where a thriving community of artists and craftspeople, manufacturers and distributors, and other Brooklyn entrepreneurs ply their trade. Its visitor center, BLDG92, stages exhibitions, events, and tours that showcase the past, present and future of this historic landmark.

But what’s really exciting about the Navy Yard is what’s coming in the near future. With a cash infusion of as much as $140 million flooding the area, there are a host of new developments in the works, including a high-end food court at Building 77, a 74,000-square-foot Wegmans supermarket, the expansion of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway, and — perhaps — Mayor de Blasio’s ambitious plan for a streetcar which will connect the Brooklyn and Queens waterfronts from Sunset Park to Astoria. Read on to find out more.

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Equinox Dumbo opens this year, offering Dumbo residents and workers a new destination to follow through on their commitment to health and wellness.

By joining Equinox Dumbo today, you can enjoy three dedicated studios for classes ranging from yoga and conditioning, Pilates, The Pursuit by Equinox, and an unparalleled Personal Training program, all while taking in views of the Manhattan Bridge.

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Nonprofit arts and media organization BRIC has been a cornerstone of the Brooklyn arts scene since 1979, so it is a delight to announce that their newest venture BRIC TV, launched just last year, has received nine New York Emmy nominations. Add four more nominations for shows produced through BRIC’s Brooklyn Free Speech initiative, and that makes BRIC the 12th most nominated organization, tying with WABC and WCBS.