They look like witches' hats.One of our favorite blocks in Crown Heights South has a row of bow-fronted houses with cone-shaped roofs. The houses are on Union Street between Albany and Kingston avenues. … Full Article
If you were a surgeon at the House of St. Giles the Cripple a century ago, you might have lived in a Doctor's Row mansion.The same goes if you were a healer of yesteryear at Kings County Hospital or Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. … Full Article
Oh, the glamor of it all.
The brightest stars in the Brooklyn Dodgers' firmament lived there in splendid suites during baseball season, in the borough's premier hotel, The Towers.
Henrik Krogius remembers. … Full Article
It's party time — almost — at the Bossert.The iconic Brooklyn Heights hotel is aiming for an October reopening — just in time for World Series celebrations. If only the Dodgers were still here in Brooklyn. … Full Article
Following on the heels of a residential boom that pushed its population to an all-time high of 147,840 in 2015, Bushwick is in the midst of a commercial renaissance. Bushwick’s growth trajectory is similar to what was observed in Williamsburg and Long Island City. … Full Article