The national retailer of home furnishings will open its new location at 252 Atlantic Ave.
The black sheep of the Durst real estate clan has bought properties in Williamsburg and Cobble Hill.
Apartments in historic, tree-lined Jackson Heights are selling within a week of being listed.
Fairway Market will open in more than 45,000 square feet in Hudson Yards' south tower, officials said.
The International Speedway Corporation announced the $80 million sale of the Bloomfield site.
The comedian is asking $7,950 a month to live in his limestone and brick house with garden and garage.
Brian Fuller, who allegedly stole money from clients, was a "high-performing" agent, a spokesman said.
Median prices dropped by a third due to an increase in development in North Williamsburg, a report shows.
The House of Yes is holding its last performance Sunday in its Maujer Street space.
Studios in DUMBO average nearly $3,000 a month, a new report shows.
Real estate prices and demand are up in west Queens.
The media giant will reportedly move its headquarters into an 80-story skyscraper.
Eleven buildings including the one housing Pulino's were sold to an investor group in an all-cash deal.
This member of folk-singing royalty prefers the spacious Brooklyn digs to a Manhattan shoebox.
A hotel is planned for the three empty lots on Park Avenue between Carlton Street and Cumberland Avenue.
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