Brooklyn Commercial Real Estate Flourishes January-June 2012
Commercial real estate in Brooklyn remained robust throughout the first half of 2012, according to a report from
TerraCRG Arranges Financing for IWC
Efrat Sharon, Senior Vice President and the head of TerraCRG's Debt Financing team, secures $5.5M Acquisition Loan for
TerraCRG Sells Brooklyn Development Site $1.65 M
"We achieved a premium of $50,000 above the original asking price, through what turned into a very competitive
How the Barclays Center will Transform Brooklyn Retail Leasing
The borough will see an influx of high-end restaurants, a panel of real estate executives today told a
Brooklyn in the Middle of a Boom, Say Speakers at 2012 Real Estate Summit
TerraCRG Brooklyn Real Estate Summit.
Drooling over Bushwick
“Investors and developers are looking to follow the L and M trains for investment opportunities,” said Matthew Cosentino,
A Rental Market Surge in Brooklyn
The New York Times
The market for multifamily buildings in Brooklyn has been heating up over the last year. But the recent
Good News! 538 Washington Avenue Has a New Owner
TerraCRG Sells Development Site with Approved Plans for a five-story, eight unit residential building.
Two Commercial Condos Hit Downtown Brooklyn Market
“With shrinking inventory of institutional-grade retail properties in Brooklyn we see this as a great time to bring
40,000 SF Industrial Building Sells in Brooklyn
Ofer Cohen and Melissa DiBella of TerraCRG Represent seller in $5M Industrial Building Sale.
Hess of TerraCRG Brokers $4.4 Million Brooklyn Sale
“This transaction is interesting as it is the first investment property the purchaser has bought in seven years.
Hess and Colleran of TerraCRG rep buyer and seller in $6.3 million portfolio sale
“There are not a lot of available sites on prime retail corridors in Brooklyn that give a buyer
New Nets Arena Attracts Stores, Eateries
“Rents are skyrocketing from $50 a square foot five years ago to as much as $200 a square
Bergen Street Land Fetches Premium Price
TerraCRG sells vacant residential land for $2.7 Million.
Brooklyn Could See Retail Boom
“It really sets the tone for the kind of retail that would make sense, as well as the