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The median apartment rent in New York City has risen by 75 percent since 2000, while real incomes have declined by 4.8 percent, according a report issued Wednesday by New York City Comptroller Scot … Full Article

Brokers predict Bossert rebirth to bring new tenants, rent hikes on Montague

Brooklyn Heights
The Bossert, once the haunt of Dodgers and debutantes and Brooklyn’s most fabulous folk, is coming back to life as a luxury hotel, which will bring big spenders – and potentially big changes – to the Montague St. retail corridor. … Full Article

Brooklyn Still Attracts Notable High-End Brokers

Brooklyn Boro
Stribling & Associates, a Manhattan-based luxury real estate firm specializing in high-end co-ops, condos and townhouses, has been active in Brooklyn for several years now but is now moving into the borough in earnest. … Full Article

Brooklyn Real Estate Summit: Brooklyn is hot, getting hotter

Fort Greene
Attendance surpassed all expectations at the 2013 Brooklyn Real Estate Summit held on Thursday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

NYC bike share set to start on Memorial Day

New York City
New York City has set a date for starting its bike-sharing program — Memorial Day. … Full Article

As Atlantic Avenue redevelops, prime mixed-use asset hits the block for $9.15M

Atlantic Yards
In a unique opportunity to acquire a recently-renovated asset in Brooklyn’s brownstone belt, a four-story, 5,975-square-foot mixed-use walk-up building at 348 Atlantic Avenue in the borough’s Boerum Hill neighborhood is on the market for $9.15 million exclusively through Eastern Consolidate … Full Article

Now beyond hip, parts of Williamsburg may become the new SoHo-East

Williamsburg
If a recent announcement by brokers Julia McHugh is any indication, Grand Street is getting grander - at least in ground level retail.  … Full Article

Near Barclays Arena, BAM and Fulton Mall, comes a new global retail flagship site

Atlantic Yards
Resurgence in real estate development in Brooklyn today is creating growth that recalls — and even surpasses — the decades in mid-19th century when Brooklyn consolidated six towns to become an independent city. … Full Article

2013 Brooklyn Real Estate Summit expected to draw hundreds

Fort Greene
Hundreds of attendees and speakers are expected to soak up industry buzz and hobnob with key Brooklyn real estate players at this year’s Brooklyn Real Estate Summit, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) on Thursday, May 9.  … Full Article

Proposed rezoning for Crown Heights now under review

Crown Heights
A formal public review of a proposal to rezone 55-blocks of the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn is now underway following the Department of City Planning’s certification of the plan on March 18. … Full Article

Like it or not, America's largest bike share about to begin in New York

New York City, with its constant hum of subways, buses, cabs and ferries, has long had one glaring exception to its many transportation options: bicycles for the masses. … Full Article

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