Brooklyn market stands up to recession beating
Brooklyn is holding its own on the ponderous path to economic recovery.
Brooklyn’s Property Pulse
Sales rose in 2010 but remain far below 2008 figures.
Brooklyn Commercial Sales Stay Strong
The Brooklyn market continued to show strength in 2010, with 778 commercial sales totaling over $1 billion.
Buyer could ‘Rite’ a historic wrong at Greenpoint’s movie palace pharmacy
A once-glorious 2,000-seat movie palace that now houses a generic Rite Aid drugstore could return to its former
Tough Economic Times forces developer to abandon Condominium Plans
Site in Flatbush to be developed as Affordable Housing.
Bed-Stuy Is the new American Dream
Distressed Sales Report
Discounted Brooklyn brownstones coming to market, but not in prime neighborhoods
A slew of discounted Brooklyn brownstones is coming on the market.
Dry Powder Piles Up
More than $50 billion raised to invest in distressed property.
Not in Store Anymore
Downtown Brooklyn Retail.
Bulk Sales of Condos Spreading
Developers try package deals to lure investors.
Some hotels continue to rise in Brooklyn while others wait.
Jewish Press Building for sale
A large warehouse that has been home to the Jewish Press for nearly four decades is now on
New units sell Costco-style
Faced with looming loans, developers offer bulk deals.
Sun Sets on Hotel Boom in Brooklyn Neighborhood
Covering the hotel development market in South Brooklyn.
Artists Find a Place in the Sunset Park Area
Attractive rents draw a new crowd to the industrial enclave.