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We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting open houses happening in and around Sheepshead Bay this weekend. Any thoughts on these places? 1855 E 12th Street #LB List Price: $150,000, $343 maintenance Size: Studio, one bathroom Details: This first floor unit is easily accessible, and includes lovely floors as well as an updated bath. The…

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We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting open houses happening in and around Sheepshead Bay this weekend. Any thoughts on these places? 2280 Burnett Street #4J List Price: $145,000, $566 maintenance Size: One bedroom, one bathroom Details: Animal lovers, take note — this neighborhood straddling co-op is all ready to welcome you and your best furry friend.…

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We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting open houses happening in and around Sheepshead Bay this weekend. Any thoughts on these places? 2170 Brigham Street #4D List Price: $150,000 Size: Two bedrooms, one bathroom Details: Two bedrooms for $150k is a pretty sweet deal, so we’re inclined to wonder if there’s something terribly wrong…

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We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting open houses happening in and around Sheepshead Bay this weekend. Any thoughts on these places? 2286 Brigham Street, #1F List Price: $250,500, $951 maintenance Size: Three bedrooms, one bathroom Details: Damn, this place is (relatively) cheap! Not often do we come across Brooklyn apartments costing less than $100k…

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A residential development on Banner Avenue has changed hands for a second time after a dramatic turnaround under its previous owners. GFI Capital Resources Group’s Irongate Realty Partners has sold the two adjoined apartment buildings to Hudson Companies for $39.5 million. The company purchased the then-beleaguered site for $17.5 million in January 2012. Boasting 102…

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Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz admonished the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) for allowing the continued construction on the reviled “Homecrest Tower” (1882 East 12th Street). In a press release, Cymbrowitz cited issues of safety as a major complaint in his opposition to the construction. Earlier in the week, we reported that the BSA ignored the…

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The Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) ignored a state judge’s plea to re-examine the plans put forward by the shady developer of the so-called “Homecrest Tower” (1882 East 12th Street). Reports indicate that the BSA declared that developer Joseph Durzieh does have the right to continue building the enormous addition to his home, much to…

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