In the long-running saga of Brooklyn’s real-estate boom, a bit of stability seems to have emerged. Tech and media companies keep reliably migrating from Manhattan to Brooklyn. The oversupply of new rental apartments in the Downtown area seems to be easing. And the development of amenities in both residential and office buildings seems to be meeting rising expectations. Those were among the trends noted at the Only Brooklyn conference hosted this week by the TerraCRG commercial-realty group at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where more than 40 industry experts offered their views. Some Highlights: read more here.