Real Estate

Million Dollar Baby. Or Babies, actually. Some Crown Heights South houses have been selling for $1 million or thereabouts, public records reveal: … Full Article

Construction and renovation galore in Bed-Stuy

There's action on almost every block. Condo construction. Rental apartments rising up. Historic-home restoration. Bedford-Stuyvesant is busy, busy, busy. … Full Article

Bidding wars for 366-368-370 Gates Ave. development site in Bed-Stuy

How hot is demand for Bedford-Stuyvesant development sites? So hot that there was a bidding war for a fire-damaged property — even though its tenants were living in shelters and the purchaser would have to find them new homes. … Full Article

The saga of Bed-Stuy's $6 million mansion

The Queen of Hancock Street was thisclose to being sold to a Russian couple who traveled with a translator and a bodyguard. But nyet — it was not to be. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission okays residential conversion of Green Point Savings Bank's annex

Busy developer Slate Property Group is involved in a Greenpoint residential project you probably haven't heard about until now. … Full Article

The Jehovah's Witnesses put 69 Adams St. in DUMBO up for sale

Tennis, anyone? The Jehovah's Witnesses have just put onto the sale market a development site in the heart of DUMBO, 69 Adams St. … Full Article

Coney Island landmarks, present and (we hope) future

O beloved Boardwalk — you should be a city landmark. For almost a century, you've been the scene of salt air and summer dreams in the People's Playground. … Full Article

What happens next at the Shore Theater?

When will prep work start on the adaptive reuse of Coney Island's Shore Theater? Stay tuned. … Full Article

See the Jehovah's Witnesses' Brooklyn Heights headquarters like a tourist

This is how tourists see Brooklyn Heights' Watchtower headquarters — from the shoreline of Lower Manhattan. … Full Article

Flowers blossom forth in Windsor Terrace

Nothing is so beautiful as Spring. If we can't come up with a way to put this Gerard Manley Hopkins line in a story at least once a year, we're falling down on the job. … Full Article

Ten things we love about Windsor Terrace

It started with a firehouse. And what a firehouse. The distinguished Romanesque Revival-style building was constructed in 1895 when Brooklyn was an independent city and fire engines were horse-drawn. … Full Article

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