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306 Bleecker St
10 Midwood St
431 W 37th St
159 W 121st St
401 W 56th St
61-61 Woodhaven Blvd
141 Greene Ave
1705 1st Ave.
201 E 87th St
200 W 106th St
221 W 20th St
130 W 29th St
244 E 46th St
19 S Oxford St
454 W 58th St
179 Putnam Ave
26-14 Jackson Ave
808 West End Ave
140 Riverside Blvd
158 E 126th St
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As Rezoning Process Relaunches, New York Seeks to “Dismantle” Inequity The Gowanus Canal | Nathan Kensinger That approach would prioritize ULURP projects in areas hardest hit by COVID-19. Under a city-proposed rezoning, residential towers would dot the banks of the Gowanus Canal and transform a swath of the low-rise Brooklyn neighborhood into a hotbed of new development. That effort will ...
A Stucco Mansion in Prospect Park South With Two Balconies and a Cutting Garden Melanie Greene/Courtesy of Compass The historic residence is one-third neo-Tudor, one-third Colonial Revival, and one-third Spanish mission. Location: Prospect Park South, BrooklynYear built: 1908Architect: George E. ShowersSpecs: 8 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 4,812 square feet, 0.11 acresPrice: $2,750,000The streets in Prospect Park South’s Historic District are lined ...
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