Renovating a tiny NYC kitchen, opting out of the mansion that comes with your job, more

By Nathan Tempey  | January 9, 2018 - 11:50AM

James Bond actor Daniel Craig and actor Rachel Weisz have bought a four-story Cobble Hill brownstone from author Martin Amis and and his writer wife Isabel Fonseca (Brownstoner)

Two big city development projects in the piece of East Williamsburg around Cooper Park could transform the relatively sleepy area (City Limits)

A CUNY administrator has declined for years to live in a "Great Gatsby kind of mansion" on the water in Queens, opting instead to live at his house in Westchester County (New York Post)

One woman's experience of the tricky dance of renovating a tiny kitchen in an NYC apartment (New York Times)

Could building more tall buildings in Gowanus make the neighborhood hotter in the summer? (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Take a look at this house in a Prospect Lefferts Gardens historic district, listed for $3.5 million now without carpeting (Curbed)

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