Brooklyn Information: Greenpoint and Coney Island housing lotteries
Affordable Housing Lottery opens for 27 units in Greenpoint, starting at $ 1,208 per month
An affordable housing lottery for 27 units has opened in a seven-story building at 1056 Manhattan Avenue, between Eagle and Freeman Streets in Greenpoint. The building uses the alternative address 150 Eagle Street as its name.
Park Slope Key Food will be closing as redevelopment finally progresses
Park slopers looking for groceries will soon have one less option as Key Food on 5th Avenue closes in July ahead of a long-planned site redesign, a store manager confirmed.
Park Slope Brownstone near Prospect Park with mantelpiece, fixtures, asking for $ 4.395 million
This early 20th century Park Slope brownstone is rich in detail and features mantels, moldings, built-ins and a pretty neat column alcove, as well as some modern conveniences like a renovated kitchen. Within the Park Slope Historic District, 280 Garfield Place also has the benefit of Prospect Park at the end of the block.
Massive Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for 400 Units in Coney Island, starting at $ 367 per month
In Coney Island at 2926 West 19th Street (with an alternate address at 2943 West 20th Street), an affordable housing lottery for a massive 400 units has opened in a block-long building with two 16-story towers.
A standalone Prospect Park South with garage and three more on display, starting at $ 2,495 million
Our selection of open houses to check out last weekend were all from the turn of the century. Located in Park Slope, Prospect Park South, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and Bed Stuy, they cost between $ 2.495 million and $ 3.2 million.
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