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Brooklyn Heights »

The Towers at 21 Clark Street spans an entire city block. 

Bushwick »

The multi-family home on Wilson Avenue fetched $606 per square foot.

Williamsburg »

A rezoning of a 14-block radius around the building at 25 Kent didn't get the support of City Planning.

Cobble Hill »

The neighborhood saw the largest growth in overall average rent in April, a real estate report found.

Flatlands »

Rentberry has would-be tenants bidding for their apartments online.

Washington Heights »

The building will house 192 units and 169 indoor parking spots, records showed.

Clinton Hill »

The tour will focus on five construction projects between Classon Avenue and Hall Street.


The Jehovah's Witnesses have listed 69 Adams Street on the Watchtower Real Estate website.

East Harlem »

Developer AvalonBay is planning to build new schools, apartments and retail on East 96th Street.

Astoria »

Real estate experts attribute the uptick to high demand for homes and a zoning change in 2010.

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.