It’s maybe comprehensible that the time period coffin nook has continued as a little bit of previous home lore. “Stair area of interest” would not fairly have the identical zing. A recess discovered on the flip of a decent staircase
This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focused on homes in Sunset Park, Clinton Hill, Ditmas Park, and Cobble Hill. How did they fare?
In Sunset Park, this 1927 Finnish Co-op with
Major Eric Adams (center), Department of Social Services Commissioner Molly Wasow Park (left) and Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Anne Williams-Isom (right).
Credit: Ed Reed/Major Photography Office.
When Wham! performed live for the very last time at Wembley Stadium on June 28 1986, they achieved the impossible. Not because they could have sold the 72,000 tickets several times over following the unprecedented demand, not even because the
After leading a three-year rent strike and protesting shoddy living conditions at her Flatbush apartment building, Janice Broadie is being evicted.
While the landlord at 1111 Ocean Avenue has taken Broadie to court over the non-payment of rent, her neighbors
Employees at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Park Slope are looking to unionize, making them the second New York City branch of the book emporium to organize, they announced Thursday.
Roughly 30 workers at the 7th Avenue store near
The city’s Department of Transportation plans to slim down the dangerous McGuinness Boulevard by removing vehicle traffic lanes and installing new protected bike lanes on each side of the roadway after years of advocacy by locals.
The four-lane roadway is
A remarkable section of Linden Street has been designated Bushwick’s first historic district by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission following a unanimous vote by commissioners at today’s meeting.
The landmarked area includes a “remarkably intact group of 32 brick and
With the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate coming in at
This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focused on homes in Crown Heights, Prospect Park South, and Brooklyn Heights. How did they fare?
In a building that was once a hotel, this