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Expect a shift in the strategies of developers in 2015, including a focus on all things smaller.
The landmarked building's sale is a record in the Brooklyn neighborhood, according to multiple reports.
The two-unit house sold for $3 million, setting a new real estate transaction record for Bed-Stuy.
Space starved? Check out these three houses, from $599,000 to under $2 million.
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