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Park Slope Three-Bedroom a Few Blocks From Prospect Park (and Food Coop) Asks $1.5M Will Ellis/DDreps The south-facing living room comes with a gas fireplace. Price: $1,500,000 Specs: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,100 square feet Street view: A one-way school-zone road lined with trees and stoopsClosest train: R at Union5-minute walking radius: P.S. 321, J.J. Byrne Playground, Calexico, Al Di ...
See How New York Became a City in This New Digital Collection of Maps This 1864 copy of a 1766 map shows a “plan of the village of Brooklyn and part of Long Island.” | Courtesy of the Brooklyn Historical Society What did your neighborhood look like in the 17th century? Now you can find out. Back when Brooklyn was ...
The Three Best Deals on Two-Bedrooms Right Now — All Under $2,500 Courtesy of MNS Spacious living in Hudson Heights, Astoria, and Sunnyside. As New York City enters its final phase of reopening amid what is typically the busiest moving season, the rental market is seeing record vacancies with plenty of landlord concessions in return. That’s good news for bargain ...