Mentions

December 8, 2017

As hope for Bushwick’s office market fizzles, landlord turns to industrial

The owners of a warehouse property in Bushwick are reconsidering plans to convert it to office space—at least

read the article
November 29, 2017

City will likely have to shell out at least $70 million for pair of Gowanus parcels

Crain's New York

As part of Gowanus Canal cleanup efforts in 2015, city officials decided to bury a sewage retention tank

read the article
October 31, 2017

Little Box Farms turns vacant Crown Heights lot into container-farming facility

Crain's

Your next serving of fresh greens could come from the back of a shipping container. Tech investor Travis

read the article
October 26, 2017

Delivering Amazon: This Is What’s Right and Wrong With the City’s Pitches for HQ2

Commercial Observer

Earlier this week, The Associated Press reported that Amazon received 238 proposals from cities and regions that want to house its second

read the article
October 17, 2017

TerraCRG handles two Brooklyn sales totaling $6 million; Includes $4.85 million arranged by Matheos and Algarin

New York Real Estate Journal

In the first sale, TerraCRG sold 440 Senator St., a four-story, 20-unit apartment building in Bay Ridge. The

read the article
October 16, 2017

Greenpoint’s Oldest Theater Is a Rite Aid. Could the Curtains Rise Again?

The Brooklyn Ink

Greenpoint’s Meserole Theater has undergone several transitions since its days showing movies. Now, some think its time to

read the article
October 11, 2017

NYC Competition for Amazon’s Second Headquarters Heats Up

Observer

As New York City mounts its bid to get the next Amazon headquarters, the five boroughs are in

read the article
October 6, 2017

Clock ticking as New York City’s bid for Amazon takes shape

Crain's

New York has 13 days to finish crafting the perfect plan to land Amazon’s second headquarters—and beat out more

read the article
October 5, 2017

Apple Orchard Owner to Open Craft Beer-Inspired Taproom in Crown Heights

Commercial Observer

An owner of the seventh-generation Wilklow Orchards, an apple orchard located in Highland, N.Y. since 1855, has signed a

read the article
October 4, 2017

Take Heed, Young Jedi: Advice From the Big Guns of CRE

Commercial Observer

Nobody doubts that the brokers in this year’s young professionals edition are a smart, accomplished lot, ready to

read the article
October 1, 2017

Are Borough Park’s insular days numbered?

The Real Deal

Gentrification may be synonymous with Brooklyn at this point, but the seemingly unstoppable phenomenon has yet to overtake

read the article
September 14, 2017

Brooklyn’s Broadway Junction Sees Signals to Press Forward

Commercial Observer

Broadway Junction is at a critical juncture. The diamond-shaped area in Brooklyn at the intersection of five different

read the article
September 14, 2017

Williamsburg’s Subpar Office Stock Is About to Undergo a Seismic Shift

When the city rezoned parts of Williamsburg and Greenpoint in 2006, it did so with the goal of

read the article
September 14, 2017

ON THE SCENE: COMMERCIAL SALES AND EXCLUSIVES UNDER $10 MILLION

TerraCRG announced the following exclusive assignments: • The sale of three adjacent mixed-use buildings in the Bushwick section

read the article

Brooklyn Neighborhood Guides

Our neighborhood guides tell you everything you need to know about Brooklyn, from comprehensive market data to the best places to eat, shop and play.

Learn More >