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No-Fee Family-Size Concord Village Rental With Parquet, Views in DoBro Asks $4K a Month

Few would call it quaint, but this postwar white box rental in the well-known Concord Village co-ops in Downtown Brooklyn could make a practical and livable home for a family. It’s on the 14th floor of 195 Adams Street, one of the seven 17-story buildings that make up the 1950 complex.

Recently renovated, the two-bedroom, two-bath apartment has parquet floors, simple white walls and views. (Although the latter are interrupted by nearby towers.) There is plenty of space for a wall of bookcases in the living room, where they would draw the eye to the window.

A dining nook leads

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Kings County Nurseries to Be Changed by Seven Story Condo Constructing

A brand new seven-story house constructing will rise at 625 New York Avenue in East Flatbush, the location of the longstanding, family-run Kings County Nurseries, constructing division information present.

The beloved nursery and landscaping enterprise was opened by the Merola brothers in 1955 and has since been run by generations of the household. In line with town’s information, Joseph Merola Jr. nonetheless owns the location and the constructing on it. The household additionally owns a second web site on the western nook of New York Avenue and Fenimore Road that the nursery makes use of for parking, which has a

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Williamsburg Condo With Two Terraces, Parking Asks $2.1 Million

With high ceilings, two private terraces, and deep parking, this condo seems more appealing than average. It’s on the second floor of 170 North 11th Street, aka The Lucent, a 218-unit, six-story building that opened in 2006.

The two-bedroom, two-bath unit has an open-plan living-dining area with a wall of windows overlooking one of the apartment’s two terraces. The second is off the master bedroom suite.

The bathrooms are modern with floating vanities and a decorative stripe of mosaic tiles in beige and brown tones. There are five closets, so the storage is decent, as well as an in-unit washer-dryer

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Matthew S. Abbott Sells 8,912 Shares of The Chemours Company (NYSE:CC) Stock

The Chemours Company (NYSE:CC ​​– Get Rating) SVP Matthew S. Abbott sold 8,912 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction dated Thursday, June 8th. The stock was sold at an average price of $34.20, for a total value of $304,790.40. Following the completion of the transaction, the senior vice president now owns 29,869 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately $1,021,519.80. The sale was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which can be accessed via the SEC website.

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NYSE:CC ​​opened at $32.06 on Friday. The business has a 50 day moving average of

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Learn More About Historic Home Rehab Tax Credit Opportunities With a PLG Forum

Curious about what exactly a historic rehabilitation tax credit is and whether work on your home might qualify? The Prospect Lefferts Gardens Heritage Council is sponsoring a forum to share information about existing credits as well as New York State Senate Bill S293A. Longtime homeowners who face displacement because of gentrification will be eligible for the tax credit program if the bill passes.

The hybrid event will include presentations by New York State Senator Zellnor Myrie and Deputy Commissioners Daniel Mackay and Frances Stern from the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation. Homeowners will get full

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Sunset Park HDFC Co-op With Three Bedrooms, in-Unit Laundry Asks $599K

In Sunset Park, this income-restricted co-op is a bit unusual: It is the second floor of an early 20th century row house. The listing doesn’t divulge the details on the qualifying income range for the HDFC (Housing Development Fund Corporation) co-operative, but the unit is spacious with three bedrooms and in-unit laundry.

At 650 51st Street, the house dates to 1909, one of 12 brick houses built on the block by John C. Wandell Co., according to the Sunset Park National Register Historic District nomination. Records show that HPD turned the property over to Habitat for Humanity in 1992, and

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Brooklyn News: A Japanese-Style Brownstone Reno

Brooklyn Heights Brownstone With Mantels, Central Air, Waterfront Views Asks $13,999 Million

Coming onto the market for the first time in decades with an impressive asking price, this Brooklyn Heights brownstone has period details like marble mantels and plasterwork along with waterfront views and central air. Within the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, the circa 1860s to 1870s Italianate brownstone at 75 Columbia Heights is a legal two-family with a garden rental and an owner’s triplex above.

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A Park Slope Brownstone With a Roof Deck and Three More to See, Starting at $820K

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Professional home organizer Marie Kondo says she’s given up on tidying: ‘My home is messy’

Lifestyle author and professional organizer Marie Kondo says she’s taking a break from tidying to spend more time with her children.

Kondo, 38, who is originally from Tokyo and is famous for her many books on how Japanese philosophy can help people declutter and organize their lives, revealed that her home isn’t as neat as it once was in a recent press webinar, according to The Washington Post.

“My home is messy, but the way I am spending my time is the right way for me at this time at this stage of my life,” she said through an interpreter.