Downtown church shopping itself around
Downtown Brooklyn Church looking for development partner.
New building planned for Park Slope site
TerraCRG brokered the purchase of the corner development site for $20 million. The development will feature a state-of-the-art
Downtown B’klyn church could fetch $20M
The Recovery House of Worship has hired the Brooklyn brokerage firm TerraCRG to market the large, red brick
Double Wide Lot in East Williamsburg Asks $3.6 Million, Comes With Rendering
A development site in East Williamsburg at 650 Metropolitan Avenue is for sale for $3,600,000. The site, between
Church Realizes It’s Sitting on Hot Property
Recovery House of Worship has asked Dan Marks and his TerraCRG colleagues to find developers for its 360 Schermerhorn St at Third
Bawabeh sells 428K-square-foot Brooklyn site for $40M
“The sellers decided to sell because the site no longer met their investment criteria,” Ofer Cohen told The Real
Fire-Damaged Downtown Brooklyn Church
TerraCRG is looking for Development partner for Downtown Brooklyn Church.
Landlord seeks development partner for Downtown Brooklyn church
“This is an interesting project from a location perspective, it’s right in the middle of downtown Brooklyn, which
And the New Building at 470 4th Avenue Will Look Like…
Rendering relieved of 470 4th Avenue.
Downtown Brooklyn Church Looking to Create MXD
The Recovery House of Worship is looking to redevelop its church at 360 Schermerhorn St., at the corner of Third
Own a piece of Fifth Ave. for $2.95 Million
Brokerage TerraCRG named the exclusive agent for the sale of 6024 5th Avenue. The asking price is $2.95
Nussbaum, Adam America buy nine-building Park Slope site
TerraCRG Closes on 470 Fourth Avenue Development Site.
TerraCRG Retailed to sell 96-98 DeGraw Street
TerraCRG has been retained as the exclusive agent for the sale of 96-98 DeGraw Street, in the Columbia Waterfront
Creamery joining the inn crowd on Gowanus strip
TerraCRG announced that it has leased 305 Nevins Street to Ample Hills Creamery.
Developers Making Big Outer-Borough Bets in 2014
About $5 billion in sales transactions were completed in Brooklyn last year, a year-over-year increase of 16 percent,