This brick two-family on Noll Street in Rheingold Gardens updates the Brooklyn row house idiom with reinterpreted Art Deco sunburst metalwork details.
This handsomely renovated townhouse, located just half a block from Bushwick and the Brooklyn border, is a one-of-a-kind home and a must-see for Brooklyn townhouse buyers.
In the Victorian era, the city of Brooklyn was home to 48 breweries. Here's the story of one of Brooklyn's most popular beers, Rheingold, which is still produced today, although its former factory, in Bushwick, is now a controversial development site.
It’s like Kansas landed on a Brooklyn rooftop.
These stunning conceptual renderings for Bushwick’s controversial Rheingold Brewery mega-development depict almost everything you could want in a Brooklyn building: a luxe hotel, retail and residential space, swimming pool and, of course, the city’s — possibly the world’s — largest urban farm.
Brownstoner takes on Brooklyn history in Nabe Names, a series of briefs on the origins and surprising stories of neighborhood nomenclature.
On the border of Queens, Bushwick is a melting pot of old and new that boasts a majority Hispanic community.
Forget about condos. Developers are banking on Bushwick as the next hotspot for offices.
Developers are swooping into the Bushwick loft district — which the city calls East Williamsburg, and residents sometimes call Morgantown — with plans for oodles of office, retail, and maker spaces.
At least 11 creative office developments are in the works for the area, making it a contender to become the borough’s next Tech Triangle or Dumbo.
A new affordable housing lottery has opened in Brooklyn, this time for 13 newly constructed units spread across Williamsburg and Bushwick.
Looking at the hip-infused renderings for the planned office building at 430 Johnson Avenue, you can almost hear the architect working through a troubling dilemma: How to fit both a parking area and a flexible event space without displacing that must-have subterranean eatery?
Thankfully for 430 Johnson’s future tenants, a creative compromise was reached. Behold: the transforming parking garage event venue.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning proposal has gotten a lot of flak from local community boards, but at least one Brooklyn City Council member is throwing his support behind the plan. And he’s gunning for a ‘Burg-style rezoning of Bushwick — but, this time, with tons of mandatory affordable housing.
Williamsburg-based Rabsky Group will soon ink a deal to pay roughly $48,000,000 for a potential-laden warehouse in the Bushwick loft area. Can you guess what they have in store for the site? Not condos!
Rabsky is jumping on the creative-Bushwick bandwagon, joining developers like Bushwack Capital and All Year Management to build commercial space (offices with a dash of retail) in the formerly industrial ‘hood, reported The Real Deal.