Real Estate

The buyers keep on coming for Bed-Stuy rowhouses

Ka-ching! Bedford-Stuyvesant rowhouses have been changing hands for handsome prices. Let's catch up on some recent transactions. … Full Article

Fine flora in 'Garden City,' aka Bed-Stuy

How Does Your Garden Grow? Quite nicely, if it's in Bed-Stuy.  … Full Article

Visit Bed-Stuy's Fulton Art Fair, then take this stroll

Art and brownstones — an unbeatable combination.

You will find both in Bedford-Stuyvesant on June 23 and June 24. … Full Article

Jehovah’s Witnesses’ DUMBO hotel will become low-income housing, sources say

Now we know what comes next for the DUMBO residential hotel the Jehovah’s Witnesses owned until recently. … Full Article

New offices, light industrial space coming to Navy Yard

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is reportedly planning to build 230,000 square feet of offices and light-manufacturing space on top of a parking garage that is being constructed in the Yard’s old Admirals Row section. … Full Article

How a huge new project will change the face of DUMBO: The history of 85 Jay

It has been called DUMBO’s “game-changing” project, a huge residential complex called 85 Jay, on a long-fallow, 3-acre site at a key … Full Article

New Yorkers debate pros and cons of 80 Flatbush development at City Planning Commission hearing

Opponents say that tripling this development site's density would set a dangerous precedent on the Flatbush Avenue corridor. It would allow the construction of a skyscraper as tall as the Chrysler Building in low-rise Boerum Hill.  … Full Article

Come stroll Fifth Avenue in Bay Ridge

It starts with an arena and ends with a quasi-cathedral. We're talking about Fifth Avenue, the commercial and residential corridor that runs from Barclays Center at the edge of Park Slope to big, beautiful St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Bay Ridge. … Full Article

Come stroll Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights and Sunset Park

It starts with an arena and ends with a quasi-cathedral. We're talking about Fifth Avenue, the commercial and residential corridor that runs from Barclays Center at the edge of Park Slope to big, beautiful St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Bay Ridge. … Full Article

A peek inside the bustling Brooklyn Army Terminal

When work on the Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) began in 1918, it was designed to be quickly turned over to the private sector once World War I ended. It took a little longer than that — the first manufacturing tenants arrived in 1987. … Full Article

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