The 29-story tower on Livingston Street has 22 full-floor apartments and one duplex penthouse.
The couple also sold their Tribeca penthouse for $9 million
The four-bedroom home on Willow Place dates back to the 1840s
The interiors will be designed by Marmol Radziner, an AD 100 designer that’s done work for Tom Ford, Demi Moore, and Larry Gagosian.
The two residential developments rising at the southern end of Brooklyn Bridge Park have made huge strides in the last few months.
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The Brooklyn Heights Association, a longtime opponent of the Pier 6 housing plan, will not appeal a ruling that allows the two buildings to continue rising.
The home dates back to 1846, but has gotten modern updates
Storage space has been prioritized in this spacious abode.
Developers are now hoping to have the hotel up and running by this summer.
The apartment has a really lovely kitchen with tons of storage space.
The popular park’s finances were at the center of the lawsuit
The house first came on the market a couple of years ago for $6.65 million.
The two residential buildings are coming along.
The three-story townhouse on Cranberry Street was built in 1829.
The apartment last sold for $440,000 in 2010.
New details emerge on Columbia Heights Associates’ planned conversion.
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This 168-year-old townhouse hugely benefits from having windows on all four sides.
The developers have unveiled a teaser site, and a new rendering for the 28-story building.
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The New York State Appeals Court has decided to uphold the original decision in the case.
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A common roof deck comes with nice views
The red letters were removed from 30 Columbia Heights in advance of the building’s transformation into offices and retail.
The charming one-bedroom comes with lovely built-in bookshelves, and large windows
This charming co-op, located on a historic block, has space and style to spare—for a relatively affordable price.
Tenants at 18 Sidney Place have filed a class-action lawsuit against the developer
The developer has roped in CetraRuddy for the conversion of this former dorm building.
It joins the crowd of Brooklyn homes asking $8 million and higher
The townhouse at 146 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights was once the borough’s second-priciest home.
A florida-based real estate firm has acquired a Jehovah’s Witnesses property for $200 million.
The apartment also comes with a wood-burning fireplace.
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The newly renovated home still retains an old world charm.
The home has shaved $500,000 off its most recent asking price.
The Uplands will include a water garden, a 6,300-square-foot lawn.