Where are things sprouting up in Brooklyn?
While the next generation of high-rises is sprouting in Downtown Brooklyn, the Williamsburg and Greenpoint waterfront and near the Gowanus Canal, new developments are filling in the gaps and replacing historic buildings across the borough. This map shows you where the latest projects are based on news reports across the spectrum.
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|One of Brooklyn’s most expensive townhouses finds a buyer (11/6) |
Curbed: The townhouse at 146 Willow Street was once the second-priciest home in Brooklyn
|Kushner Companies hit with second rent stabilization suit in Brooklyn (11/14) |
The Real Deal: 18 Sidney Place, a former Brooklyn Law School dorm, should not have free-market rents, tenants claim
|NYC's Latest Luxury Senior-Housing Tower Will Be in Brooklyn (11/1) |
Bloomberg: A Florida-based private equity investor is teaming with Watermark Retirement Communities to redevelop the site, at 21 Clark St., into senior housing with 75,000 square feet of amenities and picturesque views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge.
|Permits Filed for 328 and 330 Sackett Street, Carroll Gardens (11/30) |
NY YIMBY: Both buildings look identical by the numbers. They are single-family homes that rise 40 feet tall and yield 7,960 square feet.
|Get a look inside Downtown Brooklyn’s new luxury rental, The Lane (11/2) |
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