Articles on Brooklyn Real Estate

Greenpoint's Double Condo Addition


Rendering via Curbed

Two more boutique condominium buildings are headed Greenpoint at 170 and 174 West Street. The five-story developments hold only 15 apartments altogether, designed by Studio C.

Rendering Revealed for Fort Greene’s Newest Luxury Building

Rendering via BCN Development

A new modern boutique building is set to rise in Brooklyn, just a block away from Fort Greene Park. It will hold only six condominiums and is being developed by BCN Development.

New Developments Roundup: Featuring Dumbo

March was a big month for new developments, and with New York City’s population reaching an all time high, these new building are going to come at the right time. New Yorkers have been talking about these especially notable developments: 100 Varick Street, 10 Jay Street, and The Dumbo Waterfront.

A Greener Bushwick

Simon Dushinsky, who operates the real estate investment firm Rabsky Group, has acquired an undisclosed stake in the major real estate project located in Bushwick, a property that was once home to Rheingold Beer’s brewing operations. Dushinsky has ambitious plans for the Rheingold Brewery site: a rental building containing nearly 400 units and spanning almost 400,000 square feet.

Upgrading Brooklyn: A Fusion of New and Old

Red Hook Innovative District

Piece by piece, NYC is undergoing a transformation: modernization, to the tune of green, ultraluxe and amenities. Though most of the construction is brand new buildings, developers are also restoring older buildings to fit a new generation of architecture. These renovations are intended to maintain the former beauty of the buildings, match the prevalent characteristics of the neighborhood it resides in, and meet the current needs of society.

Mostly Rentals, Growing Williamsburg Condo Market Is Largely Untapped

Williamsburg is continuing a run of totally new constructions, particularly in condos and hotels, which may ultimately be attributed to the neighborhood’s individual branding over the past years and its consequently shifting demographics.

New Towers to take over Downtown Brooklyn

Junior's, Downtown Brooklyn

One of New York City’s largest central business districts, Downtown Brooklyn, is on the rise, literally and figuratively. Known mainly as a commercial region, this area has been going through some major transformations over the past ten years. Some of the most noticeable changes include the addition of many residential high-rises. According to the Brooklyn Daily, director of real estate and planning in Downtown Brooklyn, Alan Washington states, “The fabric of a great urban environment is when people get to live, work, and play in the same area.” The goal of these transformations is to build more residential developments, along with creating some of the tallest and largest buildings Brooklyn has yet to see.

Brooklyn Bridge Park Developments Break Sales Records

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Developments around the Brooklyn Bridge are hitting it out of the Park, literally. New Construction developments in Brooklyn Bridge Park are breaking sales records in the borough.

A Tourism Industry Grows in Brooklyn

It goes without saying that if you’re a tourist in New York City, chances are your visit will be confined to Manhattan and you won’t think to visit any of the other boroughs. This may soon change, for Brooklyn at least, as the borough is stepping up to challenge the Manhattan-centric tendencies of tourism through an upcoming tourism website named ExploreBK. While Brooklyn already has a tourism website run by the office of the borough president, VisitBrooklyn, the new ExploreBK website is the brainchild of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and Hybrid Media, a private Brooklyn-based company. ExploreBK will target visitors to New York unfamiliar with the entertainment and culture that Brooklyn offers through advertising events and activities throughout the borough.