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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 property is situated in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood, known for its tree-lined residential streets and brownstones, as well as a vibrant retail and entertainment scene.
Solomon's space-planning expertise transformed the first floor of the brownstone into a hip paint studio, complete with exposed brick walls and natural lighting.
Brownstone Investment is a fixed income investment firm.
Each partner walked away from the event with professional photos, a video, dozens of new customers, combined ticket and merchandise sales in excess of $25,000, and enough positive buzz in and around the community to continue driving customers to The Brownstone through the harrowing months to come.
Eugene Simonoff & Associates of New York City represented Brownstone in the transaction, the terms of which were not disclosed.
The cafe occupies a side of the courtyard, and a new restaurant and museum store are comfortably accommodated on the ground floor of the brownstone.
Brownstone Books, 409 Lewis Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11233; phone: 718-953-7328; e-mail: info@brownstonebooks.
The Remington brownstones, an enclave of 29 homes in the community of the Woodlands in Houston, feature classic walk-up stoops, bay windows, and parlors with high ceilings.
The Brownstone deal is HCPro's largest since the management-led buyout of the company's founders that occurred in December 2002.
Ted Viala of Shearin Hathaway & Associates in Bentonville brokered the Brownstone deal.
Funny thing about the Brownstone Cafe at 510 Central Ave.
The roomy Brownstone Town Homes feature two bedrooms, plus a convertible room for office, library or media uses.
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