Brooklyn News: Affordable Housing Lottery in Park Slope


Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for Boxy Park Slope Tower, With Studios Starting at $834 a Month

An affordable housing lottery has launched for 36 apartments in a long-in-the-works tower on the corner of 4th Avenue and Dean Street in Park Slope. Dubbed Signum, the glassy, 143-unit mixed-use building will be one of 4th Avenue’s taller developments at 17 stories.

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Park Slope Brownstone Apartment With Fireplace, Plaster Details, Office Asks $750K

This attractive and practical Park Slope one-bedroom has a wood-burning fireplace, dining area with built-in banquette, and a number of charming original features. It’s on the penultimate floor of 440 9th Street, a 19th century Neo-Grec brownstone.

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The building at 53 Prospect Park West in 2020. Photo by Susan De Vries

Landmarked Park Slope Mansion, Home to Society for Ethical Culture, Sells for $13.5 Million

The striking William Tubby-designed manse at the corner of Prospect Park West and 2nd Street has sold for $13.5 million in an off-market deal to an undisclosed buyer, according to The Real Deal. The sale has yet to hit public records.

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A Bay Ridge Row House and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.099 Million

Our picks for open houses to check out this weekend are found in Park Slope, Bay Ridge, and Bensonhurst. They range in price from $1.099 million to $5.495 million.

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Park Slope Brownstone With Built-ins, Mantels Returns With Price Chop to $5.4 Million

Back on the market with some new images and a lower asking price, this 1890s brownstone is still filled with impressive woodwork and original details, including mantels, pocket doors, wainscoting, and stained glass.

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