Real Estate

Brooklyn Heights construction checklist

Making A List, Checking It Twice. When we think about real estate instead of Santa, one of our lists is Brooklyn Heights construction and renovation projects we're keeping an eye on. Allow us to update this checklist: … Full Article

Santa, or is that Spider-Man, arrives early in Brooklyn Heights

Is that Santa — or Spider-Man — scaling the wall? Christmas Is Coming, The Goose Is Getting Fat — and Brooklyn Heights homeowners are starting to decorate the façades of their jaw-dropping historic properties. … Full Article

Atlantic Avenue gas station is going, going, almost gone

So where will Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill drivers buy gas? … Full Article

Bidding war for Concord Street development site

Ka-Ching! There was a bidding war for 180 Concord St. — one of the last development sites in a corner of Downtown Brooklyn that's in the midst of a construction boom.  … Full Article

Home Sweet Home: Concord Street cutie is shutterbugs' favorite

Say Cheese! The most photogenic house in Downtown Brooklyn, 167 Concord St., is a favorite with shutterbugs in search of picturesque properties. But they have to find the place first. … Full Article

The Top Ten Coolest Places in Vinegar Hill

Branch out beyond DUMBO. There's eye candy aplenty right next door in Vinegar Hill. Walk a few extra blocks on the cobblestone streets and see it. … Full Article

The Commandant's House is the sweetest landmark in Vinegar Hill

What other Brooklyn neighborhood can boast of having an 1806-vintage mansion that may have been designed by the venerable Charles Bulfinch, architect of part of the U.S. Capitol Building? It's none other than Vinegar Hill, the waterfront neighborhood that's DUMBO's kissing cousin. … Full Article

Finally! Apple is headed to Billyburg, the New York Post reports

Finally! Brooklyn is getting an Apple store to call its own. … Full Article

Sheepshead Bay: The siren song of the shoreline

Cherry Hill for breakfast, Liman for lunch — Emmons Avenue is awesome. When the weather in Brooklyn was freakishly warm the other day, we heard the siren song of the shoreline calling us. All of a sudden, Sheepshead Bay seemed like a place we really needed to be. … Full Article

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