Long in the works, the revamped Hotel Bossert is aiming for a soft opening at the end of August, with an official opening in September.
Is the long-delayed reopening of the once glamorous Hotel Bossert on the horizon?
After a recent report that the entrance to Hotel Bossert was looking shabby, the owners took quick action and now the hotel has a new awning.
Looming above greasy food mecca Kellogg’s Diner in Williamsburg, a hotel-apartment-retail complex is inching toward completion.
A Fourth of July party on the roof and a temporary certificate of occupancy could indicate the project is nearing completion.
Brooklyn’s industrial heritage ought to get more attention and much more love.
On a busy Williamsburg corner, a long-in-the-works hotel-apartment-retail complex is nearing completion.
In Downtown Brooklyn, workers are preparing to fuse Brooklyn's first supertall skyscraper to the one of the borough's most iconic structures.
One of Williamsburg's more unusual and ambitious projects, Chetrit's M500 hotel-apartment-retail complex, is making progress on Metropolitan Avenue.
DNAinfo shares an update on the Chetrit Group’s plans to convert the Mary Immaculate Hospital into a market-rate apartment building: interior demolition began several weeks ago, but the DOB just issued a Stop Work Order for “excessive debris at the site.” Development is expected to take several years and Community Board 12 doesn’t expect the developers to present official plans until 2015. The former hospital site, which closed in 2009 after it went bankrupt, has long been home to trash, vandals and squatters.
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