For decades, Sunset Park was just a stop on the N train. But Industry City, a complex of converted 1890s warehouses containing art galleries, artisanal food purveyors, a branch of Design Within Reach, a training facility for the Brooklyn Nets, and Time Inc.’s creative lab and content studio, the Foundry, has made it a destination for homeowners priced out of neighborhoods such as Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.

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The average American home has ballooned over the years, growing in the Northeast from an average of around 1,600 square feet in 1973 to more than 2,600 square feet in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. But these days, small houses are in the spotlight.

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The architecture of the newly built Bridgehampton home being taken over by this year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse is being billed as “modern barn style,” so it’s fitting that the decor is an exercise in contrasts.

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