Sales of apartment buildings have slowed in Brooklyn and beyond following the passage of new tenant protections in the state legislature, PropertyShark reported last week. Most dramatically, unit volume fell 74 percent in Brooklyn in September compared to a year earlier.
Free from the burden of the L train shutdown, retail spaces in Williamsburg are quickly being filled by stores more often seen in a shopping mall.
Private equity firm Kayne Anderson Real Estate is aiming for a March opening for the highly anticipated conversion of the Leverich Towers Hotel at 21 Clark Street into a high-end assisted living facility for seniors, the firm and its partners said.
The apartment is a relatively simple 2.5-bedroom co-op with a renovated kitchen and at least one vintage bathroom. Yet its unusual and commodious layout–a combination of two original units–has light on three sides, two full bathrooms and a half bedroom with its own separate bath that could serve as an office, guest room, or a small room for a toddler.
Park Slope residents are fed up with the lack of answers about damage to their homes and sustained interruptions to their lives connected to a multi-year water main replacement project in their neighborhood.
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