Brooklyn Information: The Brooklyn Society for Moral Tradition Manse launches
Brooklyn Heights Standalone with Designer Showcase Touches, parking lot requires $ 7.6 million
After a small style change in the interior, this wooden frame from Brooklyn Heights is back on the market. The gray-scaled standalone at 13 Pineapple hosted the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse in 2019, and some of the bold finishes have been retained, adding another layer to the single-family home’s long history.
Affordable residential lottery opens for three units in Park Slope from $ 2,241 per month
An affordable housing lottery for three apartments has opened in a four-story building at 383 12th Street between 6th and 7th Streets in Park Slope. All three affordable apartments are one-bedroom apartments with a monthly rent of $ 2,241.
The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture is putting William Tubby’s Manse up for sale for $ 30 million
This detailed neo-Jacobean mansion overlooking Prospect Park has housed the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture for almost 75 years. This week the organization launched the impressive property for $ 30 million.
A Bay Ridge standalone with a pool and three more on display this weekend, starting at $ 1.678 million
Last weekend we picked a brownstone in Bed Stuy and a freestanding Colonial Revival with a garage in Flatbush. Located in Bay Ridge, Bed Stuy, and Flatbush, they cost between $ 1.678 million and $ 2,899,900.
Brooklyn’s icon is celebrating its birthday: The Brooklyn Bridge is 138 years old
It has been 138 years since the Brooklyn Bridge opened to the public on May 24, 1883 after 14 years of construction. While it represented a necessary link between Manhattan and Brooklyn, it also quickly became a symbol of the district. Still a tourist must see, a heavily used pedestrian walkway and of course one of the district’s most photographed icons.
Email [email protected] with additional comments, questions, or tips. Follow Brownstoner on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook.