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Dear Brooklynites, NYers, and Beyond,

There is so much happening in the world, so many people leaving our fair borough... Which means, for those of us that stay, there are some great deals to be had. We are in the midst of a major pandemic, this is true. But we have resources, communities and loved ones that will fight to make this a better, more sustainable world. Starting with Brooklyn. My friend Yana Landowne is just one of many exceptional humans making a difference, daily. In her newsletter, I learned of a NYC group organizing to promote-well, life. There will be a series of peaceful rebellions brought to you by the good folks of NYC extinction rebellion. This Wolfe loves her borough and is not ready to leave.
Of course, the year I finally remember to announce the Brooklyn Book Festival (September 28-October 5) in my newsletter, is the year it goes virtual. This year it starts a little later than usual, but then again, NYC Public Schools (September 21-as of the day I write this note) are also starting later than usual.

On the market-rentals

A Triplex Apartment plus a Garden Unit for Rent in Propspect Heights? Yep. We've got that.
52 6th Avenue - Apt: House
Rare entire house rental in Prospect Heights - Garden apartment and triplex. This gorgeous house at the border of Prospect Heights and Park Slope is everything you could possibly hope for in a townhouse rental. Consisting of two units connected via the backyard, this set up is great for someone needing extra separation or privacy. In the triplex, the parlor floor is open and spacious marrying period details like 19th century mantles with modern conveniences of a renovated chef's kitchen. The triplex features four large bedrooms, one windowed office/den, 2.5 bathrooms and a huge washer/dryer unit.
There are two doors that lead out to a deck with stairs leading towards the backyard. The garden is shared with the first floor unit; which has a spacious bedroom in the front of the house, and a great living/dining space with an open recently renovated kitchen in the rear. The living area opens onto the backyard. Huge bonus there is a washer/dryer in unit next to the bathroom.Conveniently located, a stone's throw from the Barclay Center, with fabulous restaurants and shopping-and the greatest public transport in Brooklyn. Too good to be true? Come see (by appointment) for yourself.
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Also for rent in Prospect Heights, this marvelous Triplex at 185 Prospect Place.
If you prefer Cobble Hill to Prospect Heights, we've got that too.
This video of 36 Tompkins Place is probably my favorite because I get to tease Scott.


Contact us for more info about 57 Tompkins Place.

Tips for revamping your decor, now that Autumn is in the air

Looking for a new way to reorganize your collections?
Whether you collect ceramic bowls or insects, most people tend to keep their collections tucked away safe in a drawer. Why not showcase them? Check out this New York Times article for tips and tricks on how to display your collectibles like a pro.
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Fall is in the Air
As much as we may not like to admit it, summer is coming to an end. Even though we might be pulling out the light jackets and scarves soon, your wardrobe isn't the only thing that should be changing—your décor should too! Check out Country Living's list of 53 easy fall decorating ideas that are guaranteed to make your home feel warm and cozy.
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Apartment Therapy's Complete Guide to Buying the Right Rug
Believe it or not, there is more than meets the eye when it comes to choosing the perfect rug for your home. Apartment Therapy has provided a comprehensive guide to streamline your decision-making process the next time you need to spruce up your home with a gorgeous rug. Learn about the different factors you should consider, as well as tips for choosing the best rug for your space needs. And, as most apartment dwellers live above someone else-a good rug makes all the difference in being a good neighbor.
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On the market-sales

3 beds, 2 baths in Brooklyn for under $800,000? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Check out 1155 Ocean Avenue, Apt 6CD

Happening Around the Boroughs

Brooklyn Museum Reopening September 12th
After months of being closed, the Brooklyn Museum is finally reopening to the public. In addition to the incredible exhibits inside, the museum will also include new outdoor art exhibitions and programs, along with performances outside in the museum's public plaza and front steps. Click on the link below for a list of the upcoming shows.
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New York Film Festival Begins September 17th
The 58th annual New York Film Festival is happening this year starting September 17th through October 11th. The festival will be taking place through virtual screenings in drive-in theaters, allowing more access to those around the US. Tickets can be purchased online and check out the link below for the selections in the main slate category.
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Speaking of Film festivals, a friend of mine who is a film buff started a Facebook thread about films based in NYC before 2001. It got hundreds of responses, and gave me an idea... I would use an app free called kast to host watchparties of NYC based films my channel is called NYC Pandemic Party. If you would like to join me in watching a NYC classic, please let me know. The viewing schedule is to be determined. My first party was a homage to one of my favorite humans, Teddy Williams who was a member of the Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble with me for several years. He was the lead munchkin in the iconic movie The Wiz. So it was only fitting that was my inaugural viewing. Please email for suggestions of future viewings. Potential viewings for the month of September include:
Bloomberg Connects App Launches Free Virtual Tour of Central Park
While in-person tours are still on hold due to the pandemic, now you can obtain a free virtual tour of the 840+ acres in Central Park. The new Bloomberg Connects app showcases the hidden gems and natural habitats of the Park. Accessible from a smartphone, click on the link below to learn more.
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Best Sunsets at NYC Beaches & Parks!

We all know that September sadly marks the end of the summer season, although, that doesn't mean that the summer heat is gone just yet. We have a list of local beaches and amazing city and state waterfront parks. Whether you're looking for a weekend getaway or just want to soak up the last days of summer, you can't go wrong with visiting one of these beaches and waterfront parks.
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