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A single-family home conversion — that's a story you've heard before in Brooklyn Heights.
But how often does the building have 11 apartments before its makeover?
Bless This House.
Or more specifically, this carriage house.
The Brooklyn Heights Historic District property sold for $9.8 million — to an oil tycoon's daughter.
To hell with your nostalgia, Heights literature lovers!
Some historic properties in the area are just a mess. Some are just terrific.
Preservation advocate Zulmilena Then wants New Yorkers to know something important about East New York.
A Bushwick Masons' lodge that was one of Brooklyn's coolest indie concert venues — for a while — is a step closer to getting a residential makeover.
That was fast.
The Parkway Garage, a handsome pinkish-hued Sunset Park warehouse and office building, landed a buyer in no time flat.
An assault on the eyes.
It is a truth universally acknowledged — to borrow Jane Austen's famed phrase — that the bulky new apartment buildings on Fourth Avenue are less than lovely to look at.