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The house, which dates back to the 19th century, was recently gutted
The home is just 12 feet wide and 1,900 square feet
The 50,000-square-foot center will house several Brooklyn cultural institutions.
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Developers have announced plans to build a residential tower and new Brooklyn Music School facility in Fort Greene.
The deal is expected to generate $25 million for repairs, but the complex has an estimated need of $159 million over the next five years.
Several developers have been working with lobbying firms to help them secure valuable air rights from the city’s public housing stock.
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The building at 475 Clermont stands on the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill border.
The square footage for the Brooklyn Public Library, BAM, and others was traded for additional housing density at the site.
Historic details like a stained-glass window and transverse arches make this place an architectural stunner.
The co-op features a 1,200-square-foot landscaped backyard.
From studios to penthouses, at various price points.
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The 12-story building at 810 Fulton Street also has 290 market-rate rentals
The redesigned park will be more accessible to the public and will feature new walkways and seating.
Yesterday, we challenged you to guess the asking price of this one-bedroom in Fort Greene. Today, we reveal the correct amount and the commenter that reigned supreme.
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The large private terrace looks out on to some beautiful Fort Greene brownstones.
The 19th century Italianate brownstone is located less than half a block away from Fort Greene Park.
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The board favors a spot rezoning to allow for the redevelopment instead of the proposed upzoning for the area.
It joins an Apple store at the base of 300 Ashland
The hospital is close to selling the Maynard Building to the Rabsky Group, which wants to replace it with luxury development.
The university will take up space in a podium at the base of this skyscraper
This will be Whole Foods Market 365’s first East Coast location.
Space-saving furniture helps these tiny apartments—some of which are under 400 square feet—seem larger.
The 12,000-square-foot store, the second in the borough, is located at the base of 300 Ashland.
The Parks Department was given the green light to modify the park’s lower plaza
The building on Schermerhorn Street will eventually be demolished to make way for apartments, schools, and cultural space.
The team overhauling the 153-year-old Fort Greene building is on the hunt for an operator
After years of neglect, the church that housed the Paul Robeson Theatre is getting the revamp it deserves.
The four-story home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
If you’ve always dreamed of living in a Brooklyn townhouse but never found it convenient to spend millions to own one, this abode in Fort Greene allows you to rent it.
Two things you need to know today.
Plans to renovate parts of Fort Greene Park are being put on hold after local residents complained that they didn’t have enough input in the makeover.
The public plaza is located at the intersection of Flatbush and Lafayette Avenues, and is the culmination of a decade-long collaboration between a host of city agencies, the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and Two Trees management.
In the development-heavy nexus of Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn, a new rental building, dubbed Caesura, is now offering 49 affordable apartments.