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A 'luxury' basement apartment in Park Slope that flooded repeatedly, the appeal of living in a converted factory, & more top stories

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This week, readers were interested in a tale of a basement renovation in a 'luxury' Park Slope brownstone gone very, very bad, as well as a look at the appeal of condos in converted factories or other former commercial buildings.

Here, in full, are the top five most-read stories of the last week:

1) Nightmare in Park Slope: My ‘luxury’ basement apartment flooded three times in two months

2) Want to live in a converted factory? Your chance to rent or buy one is better than ever

3) Ask Sam: I’m rent-stabilized. If my landlord moves me to another apartment, can I keep my status? (sponsored)

4) 7 reasons to buy an apartment—or an entire Victorian house—in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn (sponsored)

5) Brooklyn sales market eases off the gas pedal