Real Estate

Running On Real Estate for October 24

Oh, the stories we can tell as real estaters. Some of the stuff that happens to us you couldn't make up. Seriously. No two days are alike, just as no two clients are alike. That can be the good news, or bad. … Full Article

Riders on The Storm: Sandy-stricken Brooklyn neighborhoods struggle to rebuild one year later

New York is a tale of two cities – and we don't mean the one Bill de Blasio keeps talking about. … Full Article

New plans for Heights Cinema corner leaves movies downstairs, people up

Hey LPC, what'll it be? The red? The white? Will there be a fight? … Full Article

Famed apothecary chain coming to Montague Street

The secret is out. The tenant that's taking Corcoran's coveted corner storefront on Montague and Henry Streets is an East Village apothecary whose blue astringent lotion was a favorite of Andy Warhol's. … Full Article

Running On Real Estate for October 17

Subways and buses and trains, oh my! Since most of us don’t have a pair of ruby slippers to click our heels and get to a destination, living near public transportation is a big plus. Having a car in New York can be an unnecessary hassle. … Full Article

Watchtower Tunnels: Mysterious, lingering remnants of a ministerial Heights presence

The Watchtower tunnels are for real – and the city collects thousands of dollars each year for their use, Department of Finance records reveal. … Full Article

Shakespeare's new Downtown Brooklyn home now shines for all the world to see

But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? And what a window. … Full Article

Forest City and Greenland Group sign memorandum of understanding to form joint venture for Atlantic Yards

Brooklyn-based Forest City Ratner Companies, LLC (“FCRC”), the New York-based subsidiary of Forest City Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: FCEA and CEB), and Shanghai-based Greenland Group Co. … Full Article

Residential skyscraper to share BAM-area block with new Shakespearean theater

Here's the gleaming tower that will keep the Bard company. Shakespeare's new home in Downtown Brooklyn, the soon-to-open Theatre for a New Audience, will share its Ashland Place block with a 52-story skyscraper the Gotham Organization is constructing.  … Full Article

Running On Real Estate for October 10

The season is changing and so is the supply of available housing inventory. Turns out, buyers have a host of options when it comes to finding their next home. Supply creates demand and demand creates bidding wars. … Full Article

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