Construction on Extell’s Brooklyn condo surpasses halfway mark
The building is expected to top out sometime next year.
Extell’s first Brooklyn condo is on the rise
The soon-to-be 57-story condo building is now a few stories above ground.
Extell’s first Brooklyn condo launches sales from $837K
The megadeveloper’s first foray into Brooklyn is as luxurious as you’d expect
Extell unveils sky-high rooftop pool atop its Downtown Brooklyn skyscraper
It’ll allegedly be the highest rooftop pool in the Western Hemisphere
Downtown Brooklyn's final City Point tower starts construction
Construction on the final City Point tower is getting underway in Downtown Brooklyn, two years after developer Extell filed plans for the building.
Brooklyn’s newest Target will open in City Point on January 29
The Downtown Brooklyn megaproject will get a “flexible format” version of the chain
Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse unveils its creepy bar, new theaters, and more
Its first NYC outpost, part of the City Point megaproject in Downtown Brooklyn, will finally open to the public on October 28 after years of planning. Get a peek inside.
Downtown Brooklyn’s Trader Joe’s won’t be opening this fall after all
After learning that Alamo Drafthouse wouldn’t be debuting in August as anticipated, it’s now been revealed that Trader Joe’s, scheduled to open their second Brooklyn location at 445 Gold Street this fall, won’t be opening until 2017
Downtown Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse delays its opening
Despite the signs spread across the city advertising its August opening, Downtown Brooklyn's Alamo Drafthouse has announced that things are running slightly behind schedule.
Extell’s Downtown Brooklyn Tower Will Likely Have Condos
Extell purchased the City Point site last summer for $115 million and now plans to erect a 59-story building there with 450 apartments. These plans however are in the early stages and could change as the project gets closer to construction.
City Point Tower Received 90,000 Applications for 200 Affordable Apartments
This 250-unit building is 80 percent affordable. At first only half the units were going to be affordable but upon the de Blasio administration's request the developer increased it to 80 percent.