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Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy tops the list of Brooklyn's most active neighborhoods for commercial real estate. 

Prospect Heights »

More than 300 tenants still have belongings inside the Atlantic Avenue facility, the company said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Downtown Brooklyn building, at 88 Schermerhorn St., was recently sold to developers for $11 million.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene rents increased by an average of 4.07 percent from September to October, a new report shows.

Clinton Hill »

Developers plan to build housing on a Fulton Street lot that was once a gas station.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Hundreds of clergy attended a Borough Hall conference to learn how to build out their land.

Williamsburg »

A 19-unit building will be among the few affordable developments.

Upper East Side »

The owners of the 77-year-old dive bar reached an agreement with their landlords Tuesday.

Red Hook »

Ten units at the former New York Dock building at 160 Imlay St. hit the market this week.

Jackson Heights »

The 34th Avenue building has been the chain's regional headquarters for decades.

Downtown Brooklyn »

In New York City's latest developments the definition of "penthouse" has expanded to several floors.

Williamsburg »

The Kent Avenue venue and social club opened in 2009.

Fort Greene »

James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.

Gowanus »

Akiva Reich is planning a waterfront expansion at the popular wedding venue.

East Village »

The East Village has a higher vacancy rate than any other neighborhood in Manhattan, a report found.