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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

When, O beloved Bossert?

Will the Bossert be back in operation before the snows fly in B'LYN? … Full Article

The rent for Brooklyn Heights' 'Asphalt Jungle' house is $30,000 per month

There are no asphalt shingles on this house now. Genteel 113 Willow St., a piece of historic Brooklyn Heights that was built when Andrew Jackson was President, is all fixed up and newly arrived on the leasing market.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights drone was taking pics for project renderings, developer says

This is why that guy flew the drone down Montague Street. … Full Article


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