The Greek Revival house, once home to the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, needed more than just a simple renovation to function in the 21st century.
This week’s properties are in Fieldston, Chelsea and Brooklyn Heights.
Steeped in archival research, a multimedia project about a puzzling street plan allows readers to scroll through the 19th century and find the present day.
For a family of five, 500 square feet was enough until the coronavirus hit. Now they’ve upsized to an 800-square-foot two-bedroom.
A few hundred years in the borough, from the brownstones to the shipyards. Our critic chats with a fourth-generation Brooklynite and historian.
Our critic explores the bridge and the neighborhoods on either side with the architects Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi.