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Brooklyn Heights »

The Jehovah's Witnesses have put 107 Columbia Heights on the market.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The 1,066-foot tower will be the tallest in the borough.

Upper East Side »

The sale will help the museum buy its new home, officials say.

Cobble Hill »

The neighborhood mainstay will be empty by mid-May, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Navy Yard »

Mast Brothers is expanding its chocolate-making operation to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.


The Jehovah's Witnesses have reportedly reached a deal in the sale of their two DUMBO properties.

Midtown »

Streeteasy found that a few particular buzzwords help to move listings faster.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Renovations to the Downtown Brooklyn Macy's will begin in a few weeks.

Park Slope »

The median home sale price in north and central Brooklyn went up in the first quarter of 2016.

Carnegie Hill »

The studio is an old two-story firehouse on East 87th Street.

Upper East Side »

Ceruzzi Properties wants to move a subway station entrance to the sidewalk.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Hospital Center is selling its Maynard Building at 240 Willoughby St.

Williamsburg »

A Williamsburg broker came up with the idea for "Burgopoly."

Upper East Side »

The developer canceled an hour before the meeting was due to take place, a community leader said.