After a back-and-forth battle between property owners and the Department of Buildings, a new sign will soon be installed.
The Department of Buildings previously denied developers permission to install a new sign.
The Department of Buildings claim that the rooftop sign never obtained permits to be installed.
Apartments at the 12-story rental are asking from $3,277/month
Affordable Housing developer Breaking Ground is closing to finalizing a sale on 90 Sands Street from RFR Realty.
The site allows for a 145,000-square-foot mixed-use development.
A florida-based real estate firm has acquired a Jehovah’s Witnesses property for $200 million.
Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty has reportedly purchased the 30-story hotel
The property at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge could give rise to a mixed-use building.
The developer filed plans to turn what was once a parking lot into a mixed-use building with more than 700 apartments.
As it prepares for a move upstate, the religious organization keeps selling off its Brooklyn Heights real estate.
This revamped campus will offer 635,000 square feet of interconnected office space, with most of it featuring 11-foot-tall ceilings. The public will have access to 35,000 square feet of retail.
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Clipper Realty has scooped up the 11-story building for an undisclosed amount, and may add more apartments to the existing rental tally.
The housing lottery for 21 affordable apartments in a new Dumbo building opened today, offering one- to three-bedrooms priced from $895. The site was formerly owned by the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Though a pretty pricey sale in itself, it’s significantly less than the $185 million some real estate websites had predicted it would sell for.
Back in May, the Jehovah’s Witnesses listed this Dumbo property as it prepares to relocate its headquarters from Brooklyn to Warwick, NY.
The site was once home to the tallest building in Brooklyn, Hotel Margaret, but that building was destroyed in a fire in 1980. The Witnesses purchased it in 1986 and housed many of their headquarters staff there in subsequent years.
CIM Group, Kushner Companies and LIVWRK have snatched up the iconic 739,000-square-foot Dumbo property and will transform it into an office campus.
This latest offering from the Witnesses spans 314,000 square feet and is located within the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Any buyer will have to get approval from the Landmarks Commission to make exterior changes to the property.
Amid their great Brooklyn property sell-off, the witnesses have listed another Dumbo parcel. The property is currently occupied by a recreational facility and garage, but can be built up to 157,000 square feet.
Ahead of relocating their global HQ to Warwick, NY, the Jehovah's Witnesses have been selling off their prime Brooklyn real estate. The most recent property to sell is 25-30 Columbia Heights, also known as Watchtower.