Real Estate

Supertall skyscraper plan for 80 Flatbush Ave. sparks neighbors' ire

The neighbors are angry. Alloy Development wants to build a supertall skyscraper in low-rise brownstone Boerum Hill — and get the city to triple existing zoning limits for the project site. … Full Article

Check out this homage to Obama and other Columbia Street Waterfront District sights

Does all the agita in America make you miss President Obama?

If so, there's a place in the Columbia Street Waterfront District that will soothe your soul just a little bit. … Full Article

Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh wins landmark designation

All hail the dandy Dime, South Williamsburg's newly designated landmark. … Full Article

In Bedford-Stuyvesant, investors continue to devour development sites

Brooklyn’s real estate development market appears to be buzzing again, with recent sales activity and contract signings signifying sellers and buyers have finally found mutual ground. … Full Article

Save historic kindergarten from demolition, Carroll Gardens residents say

Save the Hans S. Christian Memorial Kindergarten! That’s the rallying cry of Carroll Gardens residents who are trying to stop the planned demolition of the first freestanding free kindergarten built in Brooklyn. … Full Article

Check out the landmarked church J.C. Cady designed near the Marcy Avenue subway station

Steps away from Williamsburg's Marcy Avenue subway station, a terrific city landmark stands tall. And we mean tall. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church has a bell tower that's four stories high. … Full Article

Check out Williamsburg Bridge Plaza's banks from bygone days

Once upon a time, Williamsburg Bridge Plaza was more than a bus terminal. Way more. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission approves 29-story tower next door to historic Clinton Hill church

Go forth and build that 29-story tower — right next to the landmarked Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew. … Full Article

Landmarks agency shoots down big addition to 135 Montague St.

Back to the drawing board, sir! The city Landmarks Preservation Commission shot down longtime landlord Eli Dweck's plan to build an eye-catching two-story addition on top of an elegant limestone Montague Street retail building. … Full Article


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