Real Estate

Do you know the way to Gairville? Of course you do. That's what DUMBO was called, once upon a time. The name was coined by Robert Gair's company. … Full Article

What's Up on Fifth Avenue: Green-Wood Cemetery buys property needed for Weir Greenhouse visitors center project

Done deal! At last. Green-Wood Cemetery recently closed on a property purchase that's crucial to the makeover of the Weir Greenhouse, which is being turned into a visitors' center for the famed Brooklyn graveyard. … Full Article

Escape from Hipsterville on the L train to Canarsie: Part Two

Need a break from Hipsterville, AKA Williamsburg? The neighborhood's favorite train line, the L, can transport you to Canarsie in 27 minutes. The change of scenery will prove entertaining, and clear your head.  … Full Article

Escape from Hipsterville on the L train to Canarsie: Part One

Everybody needs a break from Hipsterville once in a while. So Hipsters, take heed: When Billyburg gets to be a bit much, the L train offers an excellent escape — and we don't mean a ride to the East Village.  … Full Article

Packer purchases property for preschool and kindergarten

Hey Packer parents: Here's where your kids will go to preschool and kindergarten starting in fall 2017. … Full Article

Architectural eye candy — and celebs, we're fairly certain — on Brooklyn's Gold Coast, AKA Clinton Avenue

Ah, the gorgeous Gold Coast. That's what Clinton Avenue was called more than a century ago when a high concentration of Brooklyn's wealthiest citizens congregated in Clinton Hill and did their share of luxury home-building. … Full Article

Full House: Brooklyn open houses are packed now that it's spring

Spring has sprung — finally — and open houses throughout B'KLYN are exponentially busier than they were just a couple weeks ago. … Full Article

City hopes to bring Brooklyn’s development boom to East New York

Strategic upzonings, New York City’s efficient subway network, and an influx of young people have all contributed to the surge in development in Brooklyn’s northern neighborhoods, while other parts of the borough have been virtually ignored by developers. … Full Article

Bushwick Nostalgia: The Hotel Bossert's builder lived in one of these houses, and the others are pretty great, too

The man who built Brooklyn Heights' iconic Hotel Bossert lived in Bushwick among the beer barons. … Full Article

Bushwick Nostalgia: The landmarked William Ulmer Brewery and other historic eye candy

This Bushwick brewery is so beautiful that the city landmarked it. … Full Article


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