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Brooklyn rental prices may be rising, but they’re not a shoo-in to catch up with Manhattan just yet. The difference between median rental prices in Manhattan and Brooklyn was $500  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_399771” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Rendering of interior at 443 Greenwich Street[/caption]

Developer ASH NYC’s planned mixed-use conversion of the former Dannenhoffer’s Opalescent Glassworks factory in Bushwick and Ian Bruce Eichner’s 64-story  Read more

The Brooklyn Public Library reaffirmed that the first Carnegie library in Brooklyn, located at 25 4th Avenue at Pacific Street, is not for sale. For more than a year, community  Read more

Doug Steiner wants more Brooklyn action. Steiner’s firm, Steiner NYC, is looking for $300 million in construction financing to build a residential rental building at Flatbush Avenue and Schermerhorn Street,  Read more

Adam America and the Horizon Group unveiled a rendering of their new 118-unit rental building coming to South Williamsburg. The 80,000-square-foot, five-story property at 180 Franklin Avenue, between Myrtle and  Read more

From the July issue: In this month’s roundup of government-related real estate news, TRD checks out the city’s search for engineers to study the feasibility of tidal barriers in the  Read more

The reopening of the Hotel Bossert – once known as the Waldorf Astoria of Brooklyn – has been eagerly anticipated since developers David Bistricer and Joseph Chetrit purchased it nearly  Read more

The lone block in Williamsburg that is protected as a historic district could soon give way to a three-story preschool. Martin Finio of Christoff : Finio Architecture presented his plans  Read more

1. Crumbs’ abrupt exit leaves questions for landlords 2. Brooklyn rising? 6 of the top 10 permits were filed there in the last month 3. And the Emmy Award goes  Read more

New-build townhouses are back. In the post-recession boom, an increasing number of developers are working new-build townhouses into their master plans. This is particularly true for developer Abby Hamlin, who  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_399115” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Gene Kaufman’s 11 Greene Street[/caption]

Gene Kaufman hopes 11 Greene Street gets off the ground by the fall. Construction making headway at CetraRuddy-designed 135 West 52nd Street.  Read more

Summer heat doesn’t slow the real estate industry in New York City. From a 70-story residential building to a proposed – but not yet approved – primary school in Queens,  Read more

Brooklyn’s sales market is hotter than ever – with the median sales price climbing to a record level in the second quarter and topping pre-recession highs, according to a Douglas  Read more

Williamsburg-based development firm ASH NYC, led by Jonathan Minkoff and Ari Heckman, is looking to construct a 70,000-square-foot mixed-use building in Bushwick. The property would be converted from an old  Read more

GB Lodging, the developer converting 5 Beekman Street into a hotel and condominiums, filed plans for a 13-story hotel in Downtown Brooklyn that is said to be the next Ace  Read more

A judge ruled that a case between a general contractor and a subcontractor related to unforeseen construction costs at Barclays Center may move forward. General contractor Hunt Construction Group had  Read more


Two Trees Management unveiled a new set of renderings offering a more detailed look at the proposed BAM South project at 286 Ashland Place in Brooklyn. The 32-story building would  Read more


The first permits for 320 Kent Avenue have been filed. According to the permits the tower at 320 Kent will be 36 stories and 401 feet tall. The new building  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_397753” align=”aligncenter” width=”575”] Inside the Resorts World Casino in Jamaica, Queens[/caption]

Newmark’s Jeff Gural second-biggest contributor to NY casino bidders’ $11 million lobbying effort. Mapping Atlantic Yards’ affordable units. Myles  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_397735” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] A 1,842-square-foot condo at the View at East Coast, located at 46-30 Center Boulevard in Queens, sold for $3.4 million, making it the biggest residential sale  Read more

The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp. has issued a third request for proposals for the East River waterfront spot’s Admiral’s Row site, looking to build a supermarket there. The development  Read more

Midtown-based landlord BCB Property Management sold a pair of Brooklyn buildings for a combined $21.2 million, a spokesperson for the seller told The Real Deal. Sterling Equities, led by New  Read more

1. The top five listings in Brooklyn and Queens to hit the market in June 2. The world’s largest shopping mall is opening in Dubai 3. Inside Staten Island’s boat  Read more

Yet another new residential building is coming to Williamsburg, this time to 79 Grand Street on the corner of Wythe Avenue. The six-story building will feature just five units, according  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_397174” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm -- an option for viewing fireworks[/caption]

Guide to watching July 4 fireworks in the city. Brooklyn Bridge wall collapses from storm. Level Group  Read more

Milan developer Est4te Four has acquired its fourth development site in Red Hook, in addition to the 1 million square feet in industrial properties it already owns in the Brooklyn  Read more

While the townhouse at 227 Clinton Street in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill is no longer the most expensive rental in the borough, its price tag is still quite hefty. The asking  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_397047” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] 145 Beach 145th Street[/caption]

In June, a seven-bedroom townhouse in Park Slope was the most expensive listing to hit the market in Brooklyn, according to information provided  Read more

A mixed-use development is coming to the intersection of Nassau and Jay Streets in Downtown Brooklyn. Permits for the development at 120 Nassau Street were filed with the city this  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_396937” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] A mural in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn[/caption]

Are high rents forcing out restaurants? Murals in Brownsville aim to change the neighborhood. Muss Development and Avalon Bay  Read more

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