Real Estate

Should these Brooklyn 'backlog' properties be landmarked? Speak now or forever hold your peace

Beware of landmarking fatigue. It's an expression we just made up, but it could be very real. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission approves condo plan for LICH jewel Polhemus Memorial Clinic

The ink is barely dry on LICH sale-closing documents — but condo-construction planning is already moving forward. … Full Article

Lovable Lesser-Known Landmarks: A Morris Montrose design plus other fine 19th-Century housing

Right this way to the Renaissance. One of the leading lights of late 19th-Century Brooklyn architecture, Montrose Morris, designed the Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment house at 480 Nostrand Ave. that bears this name. … Full Article

Lovable Lesser-Known Landmarks: A firehouse, a chocolate factory and more

Romanesque Revival reigns supreme at a fine old firehouse and a stellar stable. These buildings are two of the stars on a list of lovable lesser-known Brooklyn landmarks that we devised from consulting the National Register of Historic Places. … Full Article

Our historic house is haunted, Carroll Gardens funeral directors say

With a mansion this old and this fine, you'd hope there would be a ghost or two floating around, to amp up the sense of antiquity. And this stunning Greek Revival landmark does not disappoint. … Full Article

The Great Outdoors, on Montague Street

This is an ode to the Great Outdoors — our version of the Great Outdoors. … Full Article


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