Located deep in Brooklyn’s historic Park Slope neighborhood, this original three story brownstone stands tall and proud with original plaster moldings and lived-in hardwood floors. However, the small master bathroom was no longer a place of rejuvenation or self-care.
The SoHo neighborhood of New York City has become one of the most desired neighborhoods for a company’s office. Its proximity to the subways, hippest cafes, historical cobblestone streets, and some of New York’s most nostalgic architecture sets it apart.
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