How One Couple Transformed Their Brooklyn Brownstone to Age in Place

When Norman Sussman’s health began to fail a few years ago, he and his wife, Anita Sussman, faced a difficult decision. They wanted to remain in the late-19th-century brownstone in Park Slope, Brooklyn, where they had raised two sons and lived for nearly 40 years. But they knew they needed a space better suited to aging – someplace with fewer rooms to maintain and no stairs.
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