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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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The Engel & Volkers Brownstone Brooklyn team will service buyers and sellers throughout Brooklyn where the market is primarily composed of historic brownstones and new luxury condominiums.
Future plans for the brownstone include a design studio on the second floor of the building.
Brownstone's EM trading and sales unit is led by directors of emerging markets Andrew Bazylevsky and Brian Krueger.
In 2010, Justice Brownstone launched an online TV show about family law issues Family Matters (Familymatterstv.com).
A quick but thrilling experience, Salem Brownstone: All Along the Watchtowers is a jewel not just for fans of graphic novels, but also for those who love mystery, fantasy, and suspense.
The goal was to drive sales of their individual wares, collectively, by driving business to The Brownstone.
The name Salem conjurers up numerous dark images--witch hunts, vampires and so on--so it is an interesting twist to find that the name belongs to the hero of the story--Salem Brownstone. Salem inherits his father's house only to discover he has also taken on his father's dark quest--the fight between good and evil--in this wonderful graphic fantasy for older readers.
Salem Brownstone: All Along the Watchtowers, for readers aged 12 and above and priced at GBP15.00, is set in the Victorian era and tells the story of a young magician and his conflict with evil spirits.
That change saw large multi-occupancy "brownstone" houses, previously left to rack and ruin, seized by the authorities from private landlords, made fit for occupation and then sold to stakeholder landlords.
Eugene Simonoff & Associates of New York City represented Brownstone in the transaction, the terms of which were not disclosed.
CraZy by Carol George-Rucker of Cincinnati, Ohio, won second place; and third prize was taken by The Last Ship by Vicki Green of Brownstone, Michigan.
The library, the 1850s Morgan family brownstone to the north, and the Classical-style annex that J.