The patio has a wood fence and a grass space.
The two-bedroom co-op is located in a building with ties to Brooklyn’s history.
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168 Plymouth, by Alloy Development, will have 46 one- to four-bedroom units
The project will include amenities like a 25,000-square-foot private park and a posh rooftop pool.
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The project is one of the last loft conversions in the neighborhood
One of Dumbo’s last major undeveloped sites will become a 728-unit residential building
To no one’s surprise
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This will be the 60th branch of BPL and the first new Brooklyn Public Library branch built since 1983.
The new Dumbo condo will bring 74 apartments to the neighborhood
The project is expected to create about 50 apartments.
There has been a year-over-year rent price decline around three to four percent, but prices are still high.
The residential conversion of this former paint manufacturing facility may create nearly 50 apartments.
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 three-level apartment is located on the top floors of a six-story former warehouse.
The Danish architect has set up shop at Two Trees Management’s office building on Main Street.
A section beneath the Manhattan Bridge will close in light of falling debris from the structure
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It’s a battle of two established neighborhoods—cast your vote now!
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The developer purchased the property from the Jehovah’s Witnesses last week.
The site allows for a 145,000-square-foot mixed-use development.
One of the bedrooms has a retractable barn door and a Murphy bed.
They’re far from the city’s priciest neighborhoods, but had its fastest-growing rents.
You’ve never experienced Brooklyn Bridge Park like this before.
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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.
The city is looking for way to make the streets compliant while preserving their original character.
Initially, developers Glacier Global Partners and Triangle Assets were planning to convert this 19th century red brick building into 46 condos with retail at the base.
The use of concessions is still high, but it looks like landlords will depend on them less.
The enormous loft, which Schrager picked up for $4.26 million, is located on one of Dumbo’s best-known streets.