Real Estate

Prominent Promenade brownstone, 3 Pierrepont Place, is up for sale for a record $40 million asking price

Forty million — it's a big number. But this is a big house we're talking about — 50 rooms big —with a big sense of history and a big view out the back windows. The house in question is Brooklyn Heights' own 3 Pierrepont Place, aka the Low Mansion. … Full Article

An hommage to the Lyceum's environs

Tasty Korean tacos, dandy candy flavored with bacon and a giant blue fish wearing eyeglasses. The slice of Park Slope where the Lyceum is located has endearing spots for enjoyable eating, drinking and mural-gazing. … Full Article

Whither the Lyceum?

This is a lamentation for the landmarked Lyceum. … Full Article

DOB issues stop work order on section of Brooklyn's Pierhouse development

The Department of Buildings has issued a partial stop work order halting construction on and above the second floor at 130 Furman Street, the southern portion of the Pierhouse project at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article

Williamsburg construction checklist: 19 Kent Ave. and more

Going, going, gone soon. The city Buildings Department issued a demolition permit in December for 19 Kent Ave., Williamsburg's spec office site. … Full Article

This Williamsburg tower's got a ferry fine location

Faster than a New York minute. The apartments at new waterside Williamsburg apartment tower One North Fourth are being rented really quickly. … Full Article

Houses — built and unbuilt — for sale near the Domino Sugar Refinery

Well done, Halstead. The brokerage has nailed down buyers for big-ticket Williamsburg townhouses that exist solely as architectural plans. … Full Article

Take Me Down Like I'm A Domino

Take Me Down Like I'm A Domino. (Thank you, Jessie J, for that lyric.) Day by day, the demolition draws closer to an end. … Full Article

Massey Knakal is hunting for a buyer for Downtown Brooklyn's iconic Dime Savings Bank building

Brother, can you spare a Dime? And not just any old Dime will do. This one's clad in white marble, looks like a Classical temple and has a firing range in the basement. What more could you want from a landmark? … Full Article

Red Hook eye candy, seen in winter

A test of true love, when it comes to a neighborhood, is whether one would stroll its streets simply to admire the buildings when the weather is best suited to polar bears. We can assure you: We stand ready to walk around Red Hook no matter how repulsively low the temperature is. … Full Article

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