"This colorful crib in the Cooper Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York is part of a row of family homes initially built in the 1950s.
Each of the dwellings comes with a rear and front courtyard and place for parking, However, they have an outdated layout and are too small to accommodate the living needs of small families nowadays. General Assembly have redesigned one of these buildings, adding flexible elements to help owners better interact with the space.
The result is a fresh and inviting residence, filled with design creativity."
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