Real Estate

Welcome to Wallabout, Brooklyn's wooden-house wonderland

It's a wonderland for wood-frame houses built before the Civil War. Welcome to Wallabout, where some of Brooklyn's finest architectural eye candy can be found. Just ignore the roar of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and super-busy Park Avenue beneath it. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission tells Brooklyn Heights townhouse designers to try again

Lou Greco wants to fill one of the only gaps in Brooklyn Heights' landmarked streets with three townhouses. … Full Article

Meticulous makeover for former Loew's Kings movie palace in Flatbush

Back from the dead. A former Loew's picture palace in Flatbush that showed its final film when Jimmy Carter was president is making a comeback as a meticulously renovated performing arts venue. … Full Article

What's up with Downtown Brooklyn apartment development? Part Three

This ain't just a business district now. Downtown Brooklyn is full of residential construction projects. There are so many sites to see in the neighborhood that we decided to split our checklist into three stories. … Full Article

What's up with Downtown Brooklyn residential construction? Part Two

So much to see. Eye on Real Estate is doing its periodic check-up on the latest Downtown Brooklyn residential development. There's too much to shoehorn into a single story, so we've divvied up the sites into three digestible tales. … Full Article

What's up (or headed that way) on Downtown Brooklyn's skyline? Part One

Up, up and away. It's time for Eye on Real Estate's periodic check-up on new Downtown Brooklyn apartment buildings which are rising skywards, bringing ever greater numbers of families to the area. … Full Article

Deconsecrated Church of the Redeemer sold for $20 million

Gone Baby Gone. The historic Church of the Redeemer right near Barclays Center has been sold for $20 million. Can anybody say condo site? … Full Article

Fourth Avenue undergoes transformation

After a pause during the recession, new residential developments are again rising on Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue and more are on the way along the 120-foot-wide corridor that separates the historic brownstones of Park Slope from the emerging neighborhood of Gowanus. … Full Article

Bushwick canning collective needs $3.9 million to stay put

A collective of canners — those who fish out glass and metal from garbage cans and recycling bins — have been asked by their landlord to purchase the Bushwick property upon which they operate if they want to stay in place. … Full Article

Carroll Gardens row houses are worth a bundle — for willing sellers

Viva Italia, baby! Mario Rizzuto, an old timer from the old country, would never part with his Carroll Gardens row house. … Full Article

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