Real Estate

New WeWork facility turns old Jehovah's Witnesses buildings into small-biz mecca

The world is divided into two types of people — those who have offices in WeWork's cauldrons of creativity and entrepreneurship, and those who only get to read about them. … Full Article

Preliminary work begins on half-demolished Brooklyn Heights eyesore, 100 Clark St.

They're Dancin' In The Street (remember Martha and the Vandellas?) on Monroe Place. … Full Article

Lease deal for 93 Court St. storefront is a record $200-plus per square foot

Ka-Ching! A big-dollar lease was just signed for a storefront in a tiny Tudor-style Downtown Brooklyn building, 93 Court St. … Full Article

Check out this rendering of the Hoxton, a Williamsburg hotel

Hark! A hotel. On Wythe Avenue. That's a refrain we've heard many times. In this instance, though, it's worth hearing again because the developer of the Hoxton has graciously given us a nifty rendering. Take a look. … Full Article

Back to the Future: Rosenwach's wood tanks grace Brooklyn skyscrapers' rooftops

Talk about Throwback Thursday. If a barrel maker from the mid-19th Century time-traveled to the present, he could get a job from Andrew Rosenwach. … Full Article

A first look at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park school building

Prospect Heights residents got their first look at the building where Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park's public school will be located. … Full Article

A tale of two towers: 333 Schermerhorn St. will be Brooklyn's tallest building

Eyes to the skies, Brooklynites. Soon Douglas C. Steiner's under-construction tower at 333 Schermerhorn St. will become the borough's tallest. … Full Article

A tale of two towers: 286 Ashland Place will top out by year's end

All That Glisters Is Not Gold. Sometimes it's even better. See that aluminum composite gleaming in the sunlight on busy Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn? … Full Article

City Council committee vote on Brooklyn Heights Library sale set for Thursday

After months of emotional hearings and hours upon hours of public testimony, the Land Use Committee of the New York City Council is expected to vote on the controversial proposal to sell and redevelop the Brooklyn Heights Library on Thursday. … Full Article

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