Apple Orchard Owner to Open Craft Beer-Inspired Taproom in Crown Heights
An owner of the seventh-generation Wilklow Orchards, an apple orchard located in Highland, N.Y. since 1855, has signed a
Take Heed, Young Jedi: Advice From the Big Guns of CRE
Nobody doubts that the brokers in this year’s young professionals edition are a smart, accomplished lot, ready to
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
How Brooklyn Could Make Room for Amazon’s Second HQ
Indeed, Amazon has unique needs for its new HQ—and they’d likely have to get creative if they land
Brooklyn’s Broadway Junction Sees Signals to Press Forward
Broadway Junction is at a critical juncture. The diamond-shaped area in Brooklyn at the intersection of five different
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
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
New CrossFit Gym Opening at Base of Mixed-Use Gowanus Redevelopment
Gowanus CrossFit has signed a 4,660-square-foot lease at the mixed-use redevelopment project at 519-529 Third Avenue, Commercial Observer can first report.
City Urges Developers to Build Office Buildings in East New York
“East New York has a lot of commercially zoned land that is under-utilized because of certain parking requirements
Inside New York and New Jersey’s Industrial Boom, Fueled by the Death of Retail
“The M-zoned [industrially zoned] pockets in Brooklyn have shrunk over the years because of rezonings, and now there
Peter Schubert Discusses Michael Pintchik’s Big Plans for Retail on Brooklyn’s Flatbush Avenue
Of particular interest is what he is doing at 166 Flatbush Avenue, across from Barclays Center. There Pintchik
What Does the New 421-a Deal Mean for Brooklyn Real Estate Development?
"The renewal of a 421-a program will be instrumental in re-activating the development market in Brooklyn. Since the
Since Obamacare Walk-In Clinics Have a Whole Roster of New Players
“I think this is the beginning,” Schubert said. “I think many more services will be added to what’s
What Does Brooklyn’s Status as a Top US Office Buyer’s Market Mean for its Future?
TerraCRG partner Dan Marks isn’t ready to play fortune teller just yet. While demand has run up tremendously
Jehovah’s Witnesses’ For-Sale Resi Building Could Go Condo
“It is hard to find assets such as this one in this location and the best and highest