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Rents may have inched higher for the 23rd month in a row, but a lack of new deals and a large number of landlord concessions hint at an impending market  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Meet the little Williamsburg building that’s home to over 1,000 LLCs 2. Investment sales ranking: Who crushed it and who got crushed? 3. The (kosher) power  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Meet the little Williamsburg building that’s home to over 1,000 LLCs 2. Investment sales ranking: Who crushed it and who got crushed? 3. The (kosher) power  Read more

The Federal Emergency Management Agency allocated over $438 million to NYCHA’s Red Hook Houses for Super Storm Sandy repairs and to construct two power plants. Architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox  Read more

1) Thanks to Clive Palmer, the Titanic will ride again (to Dubai). 2) For $300, this Brooklyn shop will tell you what you should smell like. 3) Kim Kardashian’s best  Read more

In a rapidly changing area near the Greenpoint border that’s home to local hangouts named after far-off foreign lands and early explorers, Simon Baron Development sees big-time potential. The firm  Read more

In a rapidly-changing area near the Greenpoint border that’s home to local hangouts named after far-off foreign lands and early explorers, Simon Baron Development sees big-time potential. The firm just  Read more

From the February issue: Developer Toby Moskovits has received much attention for her planned eight-story building at 25 Kent Street in North Williamsburg. That’s largely because it will be Brooklyn’s  Read more

At first glance it seems like one nondescript building among scores in South Williamsburg, a three-story brown-brick property housing a small retail store and a couple of apartments above. But  Read more

Meadow Partners is moving ahead with plans to convert a former South Williamsburg factory at 109 South 5th Street into a new office building. Each of the floors – from  Read more

The year got off to a somewhat slow start for single-family home sales in Brooklyn. The most expensive home sale in January was a Park Slope townhouse for $6 million,  Read more

The year got off to a somewhat slow start for single-family home sales in Brooklyn. The most expensive home sale in January was a Park Slope townhouse for $6 million,  Read more

“Affordable” is relative. At new affordable buildings such as the Gotham Organization and DT Salazar’s 250 Ashland Place in Downtown Brooklyn, landlords are offering subsidized units for families making relatively  Read more

Modular manufacturer Capsys may be shutting down its Brooklyn factory, but the company’s name will live on. Pennsylvania-based modular firm Whitley Manufacturing is buying Capsys and will keep using the  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_773984” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] 837 11th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen, John Catsimatidis and 50 Orange Street in Brooklyn Heights[/caption]

Last week in the $10-to-$20 million investment sales market, the Feil Organization  Read more

During his State of the City Address last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his proposal for a San Fransisco-style streetcar system that would run between Astoria and Sunset Park.  Read more

Did you know Sunset Park, the off-the-condo’d-path land of beef tongue and dim sum, is getting condos from major Manhattan developer Time Equities? Or that South Brooklyn neighborhoods had four  Read more

They say timing is everything: 8,000 high-end Manhattan and Brooklyn rental units are about to hit a market that is showing signs of softening, but developers don’t seem worried. Even  Read more

Hidrock Realty’s planned condo conversion of the Pavilion Theater in Park Slope continues to face new hurdles, with a neighboring resident claiming the project encroaches on her backyard. Park Slope  Read more

Hidrock Realty’s planned condo conversion of the Pavilion Theater in Park Slope continues to face new hurdles, with a neighboring resident claiming the project encroaches on her backyard. Park Slope  Read more

Breaking hipster news: Gavin McInnes, one of Vice Magazine’s co-founders, is listing his Williamsburg corner penthouse for almost $2.5 million. The three-bedroom, 1,300-square-foot apartment has 10-foot ceilings and comes with  Read more

Part of Coney Island’s charm is its iconic boardwalk, as synonymous with the amusement park as hot dogs, roller coasters, cotton candy and family fun. As the city plans to  Read more

Did you know the Queens hotel market is bigger than Brooklyn’s (like a lot bigger)? Or that Queens hotels are now pulling in almost half a billion dollars annually? The  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio is throwing his support behind plans for a San Francisco-style streetcar line directly connecting Brooklyn and Queens, which would touch parts of the boroughs that have  Read more

The Jehovah’s Witnesses — a religious organization that owns dozens of valuable Brooklyn properties – save quite a bit on taxes. Over the last 12 years, the church has saved  Read more

The Jehovah’s Witnesses — a religious organization that owns dozens of valuable Brooklyn properties – save quite a bit on taxes. Over the last 12 years, the church has saved  Read more

When it comes to investing in New York City real estate, townhouses may be one of the safest bets. The median sales price for townhouses in Manhattan broke a 10-year  Read more

When it comes to investing in New York City real estate, townhouses may be one of the safest bets. The median sales price for townhouses in Manhattan broke a 10-year  Read more

Commercial real estate sales hit $511 billion in 2015 and unlike Manhattan, Brooklyn is seeing rising sales prices even as inventory grows. Residential Q4 2015 Manhattan new development: MNS Sponsor  Read more

Commercial real estate sales hit $511 billion in 2015 and unlike Manhattan, Brooklyn is seeing rising sales prices even as inventory grows. Residential Q4 2015 Manhattan new development: MNS Sponsor  Read more

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