Grab a cocktail in a custom-built structure that pays homage to water towers
There are nearly two dozen projects in various stages of development in the neighborhood right now
New York City is expected to receive 31,000 new housing units by 2020 and most of it will be outside of Manhattan.
The 42-story structure at 260 Kent Avenue will have 330 apartments, 66 of which will be below market-rate rentals.
The building will also also offer some affordable units.
The eight-story condo at 88 Withers Street is now complete
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The agency is aiming to increase capacity size on ferry boats from 149 to 240 passengers.
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The nine-story condo at 308 North 7th Street has 45 apartments up for grabs.
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The expansive backyard is suitable for all your outdoor entertaining needs.
Rent prices within the neighborhood have declined to 2015 levels, while inventory is up 25 percent from last year.
The contested project has received the green light to move forward as planned.
Who better to review new kid-friendly playgrounds than New York City kids?
A 19-plaintiff lawsuit alleges harassment in the form of construction work and potential lead poisoning.
The nine-story building will bring a total of 45 apartments to the neighborhood.
A new report from Localize.city examines the city’s top LGBTQ-friendly neighborhoods.
House No.94 has 60 market-rate rentals and 15 affordable apartments
Yesterday, we challenged you to guess the asking price of this one-bedroom in Williamsburg. Today, we reveal the correct amount and the commenter that reigned supreme.
Pricespotter is Curbed’s weekly pricing guessing game, and this week, we’re looking at a one-bedroom in Williamsburg. Can you guess the asking price?
The three-tower development will bring 857 apartments to the neighborhood.
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The park, designed by the same firm behind the High Line, is one of the first pieces of the larger Domino megaproject.
The apartments must qualify for the city’s Extremely Low and Low-Income Affordability Program.
The apartments reside within a new 19-story building and are a mix of one- and two-bedrooms.
The two-bedroom penthouse is like a small ranch house on a roof
A new report says that Airbnb is responsible for rising rents in some Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhoods.
The sites are currently zoned for commercial and manufacturing but a residential rezoning could change that.
The 11-story building overlooks the Williamsburg Bridge
The forthcoming six-acre waterfront park has revealed new renderings and given Curbed a look around.
The trendy social club will open its fourth NYC location sometime this year.
The lawsuit calls for an environmental review and the installation of A.D.A.-accessible elevators at L train stations.
Rents in north Brooklyn have been on the downswing for seven months
The building will be restored and integrated into a new residential tower set to rise at the rear of the building.
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The plaintiffs contend the city violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to incorporate a racial impact study into its rezoning process
The building will rise on an empty lot next to the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank headquarters.
Ceilings soar to 14 feet high and there is a private terrace on hand.