The Greek Revival home has been updated In August of 2015, the 4,350-square-foot home at 94 Ocean Road in Bridgehampton went up for sale for $5,295,000. Prior to that, it was available to rent. It stuck around on the market for about 10 months before the listing was removed in June of 2016
Now asking $11.7M Back in June, Curbed featured the home at 59 Middle Lane in East Hampton when it hit the market for $12.7 million. The address of the home also serves as the title of a 2012 documentary which tells the story of twins Greg and Alexa Ammon reconciling their past—which includes a visit to the home in which their father was murdered
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams wants the city to conduct a study that would measure the potential of new developments Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling upon the city conduct a study that explores opportunities to create new mixed-use and affordable housing along the 3 train line, near Livonia Avenue in Brownsville. The proposed planning study would measure the feasibility to transform vacant lots along 98th Street from East New York to Livonia avenues, and from Livonia Avenue east to Van Sinderen Avenue
Would you rather pay more or live on the ground floor? Imagine you have just under $2 million to spend on a place and you’ve narrowed it down to two one-bedrooms in the same Gramercy building. How do you make up your mind?
You would never guess that this home dates back to 1899 When it comes to Brooklyn townhouses, Gowanus might not be one of the top places that comes to mind but there are quite a few good ones to be found. Take this cute 19th century townhouse, located at 176 12th Street.
Thinking of buying? Check out these neighborhoods Buying a home in New York City is a daunting task that requires the perfect cocktail of available funds, gumption, and luck in the real estate world (as we’ve learned with this go-around of Renovation Diaries .) It also requires the exceedingly important choice of where that first home will be
As ever, Instagram provides a wonderful look at how New Yorkers experienced the event Today is the big day: a rare solar eclipse that will block the sun is currently happening across North America . The eclipse began a little after 1 p.m. in New York City, reaching its peak at 2:44 p.m
These website help you bypass the broker and find a no-fee apartment Anyone new to renting in New York City should prepare for sticker shock when it comes to finding an apartment; this is one of the few cities where renters are expected to pay a hefty fee to the broker that helps them find an apartment.
Manhattan handily beat out San Francisco and Los Angeles New York City and San Francisco are constantly in competition for the title of most expensive city to live in in the United States, and San Francisco certainly tends to top NYC in certain markets, like median rent, for example . But what if we take most of NYC out of the equation, and just include Manhattan?
So much talent On Saturday, August 19, sand sculptures of all ages and experience levels converged upon Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk to compete in the 27th Annual Coney Island Sand Sculpting Contest, presented by Brooklyn Community Services, Neptune/Sixth, and Astella Development Corp and Alliance. Participants and revelers alike couldn’t have asked for a better day, weather-wise, to host the competition, with temperatures climbing into the high 80s and a mild breeze here and there that made the heat somewhat bearable