More than 300 tenants still have belongings inside the Atlantic Avenue facility, the company said.
The Downtown Brooklyn building, at 88 Schermerhorn St., was recently sold to developers for $11 million.
Fort Greene rents increased by an average of 4.07 percent from September to October, a new report shows.
Developers plan to build housing on a Fulton Street lot that was once a gas station.
Hundreds of clergy attended a Borough Hall conference to learn how to build out their land.
A 19-unit building will be among the few affordable developments.
The owners of the 77-year-old dive bar reached an agreement with their landlords Tuesday.
Ten units at the former New York Dock building at 160 Imlay St. hit the market this week.
The 34th Avenue building has been the chain's regional headquarters for decades.
In New York City's latest developments the definition of "penthouse" has expanded to several floors.
The Kent Avenue venue and social club opened in 2009.
James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.
Akiva Reich is planning a waterfront expansion at the popular wedding venue.
The East Village has a higher vacancy rate than any other neighborhood in Manhattan, a report found.
Owner Alan Rosen had a change of heart after "after much soul-searching."
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