Real Estate

Deconsecrated Church of the Redeemer sold for $20 million

Gone Baby Gone. The historic Church of the Redeemer right near Barclays Center has been sold for $20 million. Can anybody say condo site? … Full Article

Fourth Avenue undergoes transformation

After a pause during the recession, new residential developments are again rising on Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue and more are on the way along the 120-foot-wide corridor that separates the historic brownstones of Park Slope from the emerging neighborhood of Gowanus. … Full Article

Bushwick canning collective needs $3.9 million to stay put

A collective of canners — those who fish out glass and metal from garbage cans and recycling bins — have been asked by their landlord to purchase the Bushwick property upon which they operate if they want to stay in place. … Full Article

Carroll Gardens row houses are worth a bundle — for willing sellers

Viva Italia, baby! Mario Rizzuto, an old timer from the old country, would never part with his Carroll Gardens row house. … Full Article

Ciao, Court Street! Italian merchants mingle with trendy Carroll Gardens tenants

Carroll Gardens is way less Italian than in decades past. Everybody knows that. … Full Article

The top ten coolest places in Carroll Gardens

Welcome to Carroll Gardens, where $3 million brownstones and $5 fried-bologna sandwiches are served up with equal aplomb. … Full Article

Cheesecake lovers rejoice: Iconic Junior's will stay intact

Say cheese! Devoted customers of iconic Junior's Restaurant — and its owner Alan Rosen — were smiling big Tuesday because the famed cheesecake purveyor will not be torn down and replaced with an apartment tower. … Full Article

Crown of gold: City Point in Downtown Brooklyn

The tower-in-the-making over at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn wears a bright ring of paneling — kinda looks like a crown, doesn't it? … Full Article

Scaffolding made Atlantic Avenue storefront a money pit

A prime Atlantic Avenue retail site in prosperous Cobble Hill should be a real gold mine. Right? “You would think,” said disappointed shopkeeper Ahmed Hanaif — or make that departed shopkeeper. … Full Article

Staubitz Market's owner gives us the 411 on Court Street real estate

Everybody calls him Mr. Staubitz — that's the name on the neon sign out front. But the man behind the counter at the nearly century-old meat market, which is a magnet for foodies of the carnivorous kind, is really named John McFadden.  … Full Article

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