Real Estate

Landmarks Preservation Commission okays Lyceum's makeover as a gym

Thus Saith the LPC: Go Forth — and turn the Lyceum into a gym. The shut-down performing arts center on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope is going to be a Blink Fitness location.  … Full Article

Where's the Beef? And the seafood? In Dyker Heights

Where's the Beef? Meat-loving foodies might sound forth with Clara Peller's cry from her famous Wendy's commercials after shopping at 3 Guys From Brooklyn, a super-popular Dyker Heights grocer that primarily sells fruits and vegetables.  … Full Article

3 Guys From Brooklyn, the other Brooklyn grocer with cult status

Food, Glorious Food. Whole Foods isn't the only B'KLYN grocer with cult status. In the southwest section of the borough — where the Whole Foods that hit Gowanus in late 2013 is too far away to be a convenient shopping spot — 3 Guys From Brooklyn is the grocer people talk about. … Full Article

A step forward for Green-Wood Cemetery’s proposed visitors’ center

It's a green light for Green-Wood's demolition of part of the Weir Greenhouse. The famed cemetery will send in the wrecking crew as part of a project to turn the greenhouse into a visitors' center. … Full Article

What are houses selling for in Marine Park?

Of course you want to know what the houses cost in Marine Park. Here's a sampling of prices in the waterfront southeast Brooklyn neighborhood: … Full Article

The Marine Park nature preserve is calling your name

Hear that whisper in the wind? It's the rustle of prairie grasses calling your name. Right here in B'KLYN. … Full Article

Hendrick I. Lott House is a Marine Park treasure

Once upon a time, before the Revolutionary War, there was a farm here in the neighborhood now known as Marine Park. The farmhouse from the 1720s lives on. A section of it was incorporated into a house built by Hendrick I. Lott in 1800. … Full Article

Escape the hipsters, head for Marine Park

Escape the hipsters. Head for Marine Park. The neighborhood and the vast city park that shares its name are great antidotes when the summertime scene in Brooklyn's hipster neighborhoods starts to seem annoying. … Full Article

Franco Scala's brownstones of Thornton Park inspired by Carroll Gardens' architecture

Last year, The Brownstones of Thornton Park near downtown Orlando, Florida, held the groundbreaking ceremony  for a new  $6 million residential development project that will give Orlando's most stylish district  … Full Article

Construction keeps on rolling at 160 Imlay St. in Red Hook

Full speed ahead. The residential conversion of one of Red Hook's most distinctive industrial buildings, 160 Imlay St., rolls on with the return of warm weather. … Full Article

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