On the other spectrum of the below post, Curbed reported that they’ve discovered what is most likely the most expensive house in Williamsburg: a $3.79 million single-family townhouse at 257 Berry. And it looks … not that great? I don’t know, what am I missing here? For one, I don’t see a single waterslide or life-size Mario Kart room. But it does have its own 1,150-square-foot gallery space, four terraces and a loading dock. And it’s all of three blocks from The Levee, so you can pick up all sorts of wide-eyed 20-somethings, bring them home one after another and give them all their own terrace so they never meet. Makes that Pat Kiernan $2 million townhouse on Bedford look like a steal.
Despite the climate of fear and anticipation of rapid, negative change that has shrouded liberal hearts and minds nationwide since November, there is still one thing we can trust will remain cherished by the vast majority of humanity: money. And, to get money, most of us will need a job, preferable one we can enjoy. […]
Cold-weather storms cost billions in insured losses every year, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Buying apartment insurance is one way to keep from getting left out in the cold. Here are three ways that cold weather and storms can cause havoc.
In 2017 Brooklyn, the idea of having a relationship with your local beat cop feels definitively foreign: indeed, many people probably don’t even realize they have a neighborhood patrol, let alone what precinct they live in. We often think of cops’ relationships with the communities they police as exploitative, unnecessarily violent, generally problematic and far from […]