In the Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District, this early 20th century row house was designed by prolific architect Benjamin Driesler and recently updated by a Brooklyn design-build firm. While the original architect gave the interior its moldings, wood floors, and
It’s not huge, but this one-bedroom in a 1930 building in the Clinton Hill Historic District blends prewar character with touches of industrial chic. High ceilings, picture rails, and herringbone floors run throughout the unit, which has a newly updated
Buying or selling an apartment in a new development is far different than doing it in an existing apartment building. So it’s helpful to know what is typically on the table and what’s not in negotiations.
If the scaffolding surrounding the Brooklyn Supreme Court building on Adams Street was a person, it would be preparing to finish its sophomore year of high school — and the city spends more money each year keeping the structure propped
If you are on the hunt for a summer rental, this certainly isn’t for the budget-minded, but it does have plenty of appealing features. The 23-foot-wide Greek Revival at 273 Hicks Street in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District is a