The Cambridge Place brownstone is on a block recently dubbed Millionaires' Row.
Three homes, each more than a century old, offer a chance to own a piece of Brooklyn history.
The Oscar-nominated director's son purchased a five-story Clinton Street home, according to reports.
The comedian is asking $7,950 a month to live in his limestone and brick house with garden and garage.
The seven-floor Washington Place home has four kitchens and its own wine-tasting lounge.
Lorna Simpson, whose work has shown in Guggenheim Museum, is selling her townhouse on Vanderbilt Avenue.
The actor is leaving his Chelsea pad for the Brooklyn home.
Rag & Bone owner Marcus Wainwright purchased the Henry Street house.
A wall partially collapsed at the 222 East 62nd. St. building, injuring four.
Debris from the roof of a mansion David Schwimmer is building injured a man on Tuesday.
A Lafayette Street townhouse is renting for $100K per month, making it Manhattan's most expensive.
Uma Thurman is reportedly seeking repayment of $485,000 in fees as well as two investments, from Kenneth Starr.
Julianne Moore's renovated townhouse is back on the market for $12.5 million after failing to sell in 2009.
The Hackett family will get to keep the tree house behind their West 12th Street after a long legal battle.
A developer has ditched plans to tear down a historic West 86th St. townhouse and replace it with a 17-story high-rise.
Get Our Daily New York Newsletter
Thank you for signing up!
Would you like to sign up for additional newsletters?
Thank you for signing up for additional newsletters.