Real Estate

Apartment tower headed to site of eyesore 153 Remsen St.

Brooklyn Heights' next new apartment tower will be 185 feet tall – the equivalent of 18 stories. … Full Article

Time Is On My Side: Bedford Avenue building bought for peanuts sold for $6 million 37 years later

He's the Six Million Dollar Man – the real-life version. (Raise your hand if you watched that 1970s television series.) … Full Article

Wanna know who owns Williamsburg's coolest residential building, 16 Broadway?

Sweet little 16 Broadway is the coolest residential building in Williamsburg – and it belongs to one of the coolest families in Williamsburg, city records reveal. … Full Article

I'll Drink to That, Too: Events venue launches in Wburg's former Williamsburgh Savings Bank

The other Williamsburgh Savings Bank – the one with two domes rather than the tower crowned with four clock faces – started operating as an events venue called Weylin B. Seymour's. … Full Article

Don't Hate on Hipsters - Williamsburg has its charms

Spinning is so yesteryear. In Williamsburg the hot new exercise class uses rowing machines.   … Full Article

Will apartments be built on top of Williamsburg American Apparel?

Double whammy on the Williamsburg retail front! An investment firm run by two Cornell grads just bought neighboring buildings rented to two youth-focused clothing chains. … Full Article

I'll Drink to That: Booze okayed for restaurant inside Williamsburg Urban Outfitters

Brace yourself, Billyburg. There will be an Urban Outfitters that serves booze. Soon. … Full Article

Brooklyn Law School finds a buyer for six B'klyn Heights buildings - and it's the Kushner Cos.

Brooklyn Law School finally nailed down a buyer for a half-dozen Brooklyn Heights buildings that provide student housing, which have been up for sale since last summer, the Brooklyn Eagle confirmed Friday. … Full Article

Miss You Like Crazy: Kleinfeld Bridal Salon 'Left a Vacuum' on Fifth Avenue, broker says

Fifth Avenue Brooklyn – it's a tale of three Business Improvement Districts. The retail corridor snakes like a spine through brownstoners' bailiwick Park Slope, through immigrant magnet Sunset Park, through middle-class and increasingly Middle Eastern Bay Ridge. … Full Article

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