Brooklyn Information: A French baker walks to a store window on Montague Road

Affordable Housing Lottery opens for 127 units in Greenpoint, starting at $ 2,370 per month

An affordable housing lottery for 127 units has opened in a 39-story building at 41 Blue Slip in Greenpoint. The building, named Two Blue Slip, is part of the larger Greenpoint Landing project. It sits next to One Blue Slip, a 30-story residential tower that’s part of the same development that had its own affordable lottery in September 2020.

Flemish Revival townhouse with pier mirror, Crown Heights parking lot asking for $ 2.5 million

With picturesque stepped gables and a location on a tree-lined street of similarly attractive semi-detached houses, this single-family home has some history, as well as a renovated interior and parking lot. 1388 Union Street in Crown Heights was built as part of a block development in the early 20th century to provide the Brooklyn house hunter with the best of modern conveniences.

Interior of 420 Ninth Street Brooklyn

A brownstone with an oven from circa 1900 and three other houses to see starting at $ 1.25 million

Our selection of open houses to visit this weekend can be found in Park Slope, Bed Stuy, Crown Heights and Bay Ridge. They have a price range of $ 1.25 million to $ 2.595 million.

Pastries

Photo via apartment 4F

French Cobble Hill Baker turns his attention to the Montague Street shop front after the pandemic

Gautier Coiffard only started baking two years ago. Living with his partner (now fiancé) in Cobble Hill, missing the French bread of his homeland and looking for opportunities to keep himself occupied. With a lot of practice, he got into making croissants and found that he possessed skills in the kitchen that he had never explored before.

viewed from 6 willard place in hudson ny

A downtown Hudson Manse in need of a Polish, yours for $ 565,000

Perhaps a diamond in the rough for an old home lover, this Hudson, NY home for sale may need some upkeep, but it has a spot in the quaint section of Willard Place, a street that was designed as a residential enclave in the early 1870s.

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