Real Estate

On the market for $24 Million — in Red Hook

That's a big chunk of change for an auto-body shop building — $24 million. But this is sought-after Red Hook we're talking about, and the Perfect Bodies Auto Collision site at 145-165 Wolcott St. is 80,000 square feet in size, which is a big piece of property. … Full Article

Viva Italia — in Red Hook

Spending spree! For Red Hook real estate. Est4te Four, the chi-chi developer from Milan that's turning iconic 160 Imlay St. into condos, is buying a fourth development site in the neighborhood, Eye on Real Estate has learned. … Full Article

Fortis signs contract with SUNY to buy LICH in Brooklyn

Brooklyn loses a hospital, and a developer gains a million square feet of Cobble Hill. … Full Article

Hasta la vista, IHOP!

Bye bye, IHOP. There'll be a paucity of pancakes in Downtown Brooklyn when the Fourth of July weekend is over. … Full Article

Dino-mite nite in Grove Alley

It was like arts and crafts time at summer camp – but with beer and terrific dance music. Downtown Brooklyn's very own Secret Garden, hidden-away Grove Alley, held a party Friday evening that its host, the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, called Makers Nite. … Full Article

Sum, Sum, Summertime eye candy … in Dyker Heights

The waterfalls are wonderful, the statues divine (some in the literal sense, others simply beautiful to behold). … Full Article

Majestic menageries on Dyker Heights lawns

Whence came the winged goats that guard the stairs at the stone manse on 11th Avenue? No, wait — those are wild rams, mythological figures from ancient Greece. … Full Article

Holy cannoli! Dyker Heights mansion price-tagged at $7 million

Seven million dollars is a big number, even in sought-after Dyker Heights. … Full Article

Santa's favorite neighborhood shines in summertime, too

What is Santa's favorite neighborhood like in the summertime? Pretty awesome, actually. … Full Article

Is 172 Montague a sidewalk-eating monster?

A towering new development on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights has local residents concerned–but not for the usual reasons. “Is the facade of the new building at 172 Montague, long hidden by scaffolding, now revealed to be taking more sidewalk than it should?” a reader asked. … Full Article

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