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.
Target is known for being a big retailer that has the stuff you need, and also as a place you should also never ever EVER go to on a Saturday or Sunday unless you want to vacation in a Mad Max style hellscape of empty shelves and war boys riding down the aisles in blasted […]
There’s a long and hallowed tradition of states that aren’t New York offering artists long-term housing in cities that aren’t New York City. Which makes sense, because even though the dwindling creativity of this city will always be an essay-worthy topic of conversation, creative types still can’t afford the rent here. Usually, the states offering rent-free respite are Detroit and Maine — seriously, what is it about Maine? — […]
Brooklyn is probably second only to Manhattan when it comes to literary cachet — though you’ll find plenty who say Brooklyn has taken over the top spot in recent years. The borough is crawling with literary stars and wannabe authors who are clearly writing what they know. Brooklyn is so woven into the fabric of […]