Brooklyn News: A Greenpoint Housing Lottery Launches

Lottery Opens for Greenpoint Stabilized Units With Views, Central Air, Starting at $410 a Month

A lottery has opened for apartments in a 100 percent affordable building going up on the waterfront in Greenpoint. The 22-story, 375-unit development is part of Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre 10-building high-rise complex made possible by the 2005 Greenpoint-Williamsburg rezoning.

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A Red Hook Wood Frame With Parking and Three More to See, Starting at $1.25 Million

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Red Hook, Bay Ridge, Bed Study, and Flatbush. They range in price from $1.25 to $1.6 million.

exterior showing brick house with oriel window

Crown Heights Townhouse With Gambrel Roof, Oriel Window, Garage Asks $2.499 Million

While there are only a handful of interior photos to provide a glimpse of original details, this Crown Heights townhouse offers a generous amount of space and is part of an architecturally intriguing block. The semi-detached house at 1441 Union Street, which has been in the same family for decades, also has a garage.

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Former Hudson Jewelry Store and Coffin Manufactory, Yours for $1.25 Million

One of the brightly painted facades along Hudson’s main shopping street, this 19th century brick building has had an equally colorful commercial history as a spot to buy goods ranging from clocks to coffins.

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Photo by Ty Cole

The Insider: Precisely Fitted Kitchen, Luxurious New Bath Enhance Cobble Hill Townhouse

A “terrible kitchen” was the jumping-off point for what turned into a more thorough renovation of a 19th century townhouse, said Long Island City-based architect Sarah Jacoby, who masterminded the project. A photographer/artist and her family had bought the building, in very good condition and with much architectural detail, several years earlier, living in the upper triplex and renting out the garden floor. When they called Jacoby, they were ready to replace the boxed-in IKEA kitchen they had installed as a temporary measure.

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