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In attempt to sell six new townhouses in Cobble Hill, Fortis Property Group decided to throw a party and invite potential buyers. Interior Marketing Group styled an unfinished unit, bringing  Read more

Developers Aleksander Goldin and Thomas Anderson of Anderson Associates have secured a $67 million loan for a pair of residential buildings in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance provided  Read more

Rezoning efforts in New York tend to be met with protests and complaints, but Gowanus council member Brad Lander thinks his neighborhood could prove the exception to this rule. “I  Read more

The developers behind the project meant to replace Park Slope’s 5th Avenue Key Food have filed preliminary plans for their project with the city after agreeing to multiple concessions from  Read more

First it was Eataly, and then it was Le District. Read more

Is graffiti an art — and does it need to be protected by the federal law? That’s the question at the heart of a trial that will determine whether developer  Read more

With the looming L train shutdown, landlords are trying to lure Williamsburg residents to other parts of Brooklyn and even New Jersey. Read more

From the October issue: Harley Courts founded Nooklyn in 2010 as a blog focused on rental listings in Williamsburg, Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant. By the next year, Court’s pet project became  Read more

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the redevelopment of the Paul Robeson Theatre, a now-closed performance space at a church in Fort Greene. The building is being renovated by DXA Studio,  Read more

Manhattan’s retail market may be in a funk, but things are looking better across the East River. Asking rents rose in 10 of Brooklyn’s main shopping sectors, according to a  Read more

The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ massive selloff of its remaining Brooklyn properties dominated the biggest deals in Brooklyn during the third quarter of 2017, occupying both the number one and the number  Read more

Fashion company Lafayette 148 took another 28,000 square feet of office space at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, bringing its total footprint at the complex to 100,000 square feet. Asking rents  Read more

The developer of a large residential tower in the Brooklyn Cultural District has received a $217.5 million loan for its project. Gotham Organization and the Actors Fund secured the loan,  Read more

Interview starts at 14:10 Mark Stagg, one of the most active developers in the Bronx, is betting big on the future of the borough. But he doesn’t think that means  Read more

From the October issue: City Council member David Greenfield represents Brooklyn’s 44th district, which spans the predominantly Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods of Midwood and Borough Park. Since 2014, he has  Read more

A hotel with 194 rooms is on its way to Coney Island. Read more

The Parkoff Organization has been discriminating against black renters at one of its buildings in Midwood, a new lawsuit claims. Read more

Bronstein Properties is adding to its large New York rental portfolio with its pending purchase of 456 Grand Street in Williamsburg for $43.3 million. The site is currently owned jointly  Read more

Harlem-based Sugar Hill Capital Partners is looking to take its 1 Prospect Park West conversion project condo, an application filed with the New York State Attorney General’s office shows. Last  Read more

The city might be trying to crack down on illegal Airbnb listings, but the site’s black market is still very popular in Brooklyn’s hipster neighborhoods. The Hotel Association of New  Read more

From the October issue: Gentrification may be synonymous with Brooklyn at this point, but the seemingly unstoppable phenomenon has yet to overtake Borough Park. The Orthodox Jewish enclave nestled in  Read more

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is looking for new tenants to move into Grand Central Terminal. Say goodbye to grabbing a terrible yet necessary coffee-on-the-go, or picking up that bottle of  Read more

Brooklyn investor Cheskel Strulowitz, who’s battling allegations of running a $90 million real estate Ponzi scheme, is facing foreclosure on a portion of a 31-property portfolio in the borough, court  Read more

John Usdan’s Midwood Investment and Development picked up a pair of mixed-use Chelsea buildings for $23.4 million. The Park Avenue-based firm bought the properties at 152 and 154 Seventh Avenue  Read more

A Brooklyn mansion once owned by Hollywood A-lister Jennifer Connelly and now controlled by a family with links to Apollo Global Management, is back on the market asking $14.5 million.  Read more

A reputed soldier in the Genovese crime family is facing tax evasion charges for allegedly hiding more than $2 million in capital gains he made on a pair of Brooklyn  Read more

Barclays and Citigroup provided a $110 million loan to CIM Group for its purchase of the 38-story office tower at 16 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn, sources told The Real  Read more

Extell Development revealed a new rendering of its 458-unit building at Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point in a teaser website that goes live today. Read more

Demand for homes in Queens and Brooklyn continued to outpace supply throughout the third quarter of 2017, pushing residential prices to new highs. In Brooklyn, the median sale price hit  Read more

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