Brooklyn News: An Affordable Housing Lottery in Crown Heights

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A Renovated Park Slope Brownstone and Three More to See, Starting at $949K

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Park Slope, South Midwood, and East Flatbush. They range in price from $949,000 to $3.995 million.

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Photo via NYC Housing Connect

Crown Heights ‘Eco-Yogi’ Townhouse Offered Via Affordable Housing Lottery Is Only $678K

It’s an incredible deal, with an even more incredible backstory. An entire townhouse is for sale and available through the city’s affordable housing lottery. It’s the kind of home and unbelievably low price tag Brooklyn real estate dreams are made of: A 19th century Italianate townhouse with a high stoop for a mere $678,000 — perhaps a third of its full market value.

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The Brooklyn Edison Building at 345 Adams Street. Photo by Susan De Vries

Downtown Brooklyn’s Edison Building to Be Considered as an Individual Landmark

The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to add the Brooklyn Edison Building at 345 Adams Street to its calendar for possible designation as an individual landmark at a meeting Tuesday, triggering a public hearing on the proposal.

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Jitterbug-Era Flatbush Co-op With Big Foyer, Built-ins, Arches Near Ditmas Park Asks $520K

A spacious 1940s one-bedroom co-op in Flatbush has high coved ceilings, arched openings, and modern updates. It’s located on the third floor of 601 East 19th Street, just outside the historic bounds of Ditmas Park.

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Boerum Hill Italianate With Working Fireplace, Steel Casements, Central Air Asks $5.75 Million

A renovation undertaken after this 1850s Italianate was last on the market has given this Boerum Hill home dark wood floors throughout, an expansive kitchen, and a rear facade opened up with expanses of glass.

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