Real Estate

'Whole New Ballgame': Is historic Dodgers site now prime for hi-rise residential?

The corner of Montague Street and Cadman Plaza West is a sacred spot for sports fans. In upcoming innings, will an apartment building be constructed there?   … Full Article

Real Estate CEO: Barclays-area landlords too quick to chase out mom-and-pops

While Barclays Center is a positive development for Brooklyn, many building owners in the area are too quick to price their small-business tenants out, hoping for a big payday. … Full Article

Running On Real Estate for September 5

Everything matters. In real estate, it's all about appearance and curb appeal. This applies to your agent and your property. As the saying goes, there is no second chance to make a first impression. … Full Article

Running on Real Estate for August 29

Summer is winding down. Labor Day is upon us. The kids are going back to school. And where, oh where, did the time go? Last I looked, we were barely springing forward for daylight savings. Now Halloween decorations are making their way into our favorite retail shops. … Full Article

Running On Real Estate for August 22

Everybody wants to talk about real estate. Everyone has an experience, opinion, building or apartment they want to discuss and share with others. If you think about it, real estate is the great unifier. … Full Article

More changes in historic Heights

Are high-profile builders Tom and Fred Elghanayan looking to make their big development site on Livingston Street even bigger? … Full Article

Brooklyn attorney pleads guilty to forging NYS condo documents

The New York State Attorney General’s Office has announced that real estate attorney Eduard Fridman of Brooklyn has pleaded guilty to securities fraud.  … Full Article

Running On Real Estate for August 15

Finding the right property is an emotional experience. “To like or not to like” is not a question; it's a connection, a feeling we get when we know we've found our next home. … Full Article

Re-Purposing historic structures on Sidney Place

Soon, students will read “Catcher in the Rye” where Catholic priests rested their weary heads. … Full Article

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