Brooklyn’s doing just fine, if you believe yesterday’s bullish article in Crain’s: In the first six months of the year, almost 25,000 borough residents found work, more than 200,000 square feet of commercial space was rented and retail rents began to stabilize. Why? Brooklyn’s such a desirable place to live now. Certainly, for anyone under 30, Brooklyn is now their first choice and not their second choice, says Doug Steiner, president of Steiner Studios and not totally unbiased given his interests in real estate development (80 Met). Let’s hope Crain’s is onto something!
Brooklyn Feels the Love of Rising Economy [Crain’s]
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