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brownstone

A row house built of reddish-brown sandstone; usually refers to one built in the nineteenth century, in a large city, with a narrow profile facing the street.

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Ted Viala of Shearin Hathaway & Associates in Bentonville brokered the Brownstone deal.
Marine Park-based residential brokerage Madison Estates and Properties is expanding into brownstone Brooklyn and is planning a leap into Manhattan.
Brownstone said the newsletter is designed to offer proven clauses, negotiating methods and legal strategies to help readers: lock in favorable terms for every area of a lease; negotiate fair rent and limit rent escalations; use rent-relief strategies; limit liability for activites covered in a lease; and, enforce tenants' rights.
The latest amenity is a private back patio in the wide, clean and breezy alley behind the Brownstone, separating it from the now restored Ace Theater.
He wants Lucas to become his Sancho and join him on the quest for the holy grail, which the slightly loony knight of the Bowery believes is housed in a stylish Manhattan brownstone.
But it's only six stories, and both sides face brownstone blocks.
In the second sale of one of its divisions in two months, Brownstone Publishers Inc.
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- The Brownstone at The Summit, an exclusive, mixed-use development in Georgetown, Texas has joined with Kilowatt Manager, a green energy efficiency product provider based in Minnesota to offer the highest quality, energy efficient homes available in Central Texas.
The state Department of Insurance began investigating Brownstone after receiving more than 30 complaints from policyholders, who alleged he failed to issue coverage and refund premiums.
com)-- Brownstone Poets presents Patricia Carragon, the curator and editor-in-chief of Brooklyn's Brownstone Poets for an afternoon of poetry, fun and of course, love at the NY Poetry Forum, Saturday, February 14 from 2 to 5:30ish p.
Adams calls Gordon Chambers's 1860s Italianate brownstone "a modern masterpiece.
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