The cost of renovating a prewar three-bedroom, inside the famous Collyer house and more of the week's most popular stories

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This week on Brick, our readers were all about renovations, architectural remnants from a bygone era, and more. Plus, it seems as though at least a few are considering an exodus to New Jersey.

1. Here's how much it costs to renovate a prewar three-bedroom co-op in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (sponsored)

2. 5 apartment remnants from an earlier architectural era

3. On the anniversary of the Collyer house raid, New Yorkers are still obsessed with hoarders

4. Want to move out of the city? This Princeton, New Jersey house has serious architecture cred

5. Take your pick New Yorkers: Fourth floor walk-up or ground-floor apartment?

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