On a busy Williamsburg corner, a long-in-the-works hotel-apartment-retail complex is nearing completion.
One of Williamsburg's more unusual and ambitious projects, Chetrit's M500 hotel-apartment-retail complex, is making progress on Metropolitan Avenue.
After four years in the works, the Gowanus Inn & Yard hotel on Union Street in Gowanus looks nearly ready to make its debut.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council are in agreement: more makers, fewer hotels.
Long since converted into luxury condos, Park Slope’s 153 Lincoln Place used to be a hotel that rented rooms by the hour.
The impact of Airbnb goes beyond removing rentals from the market — it also increases area rent, according to an analysis by The Real Deal.
Construction has topped out at Zelig Weiss and Riverside Developers’ The William Vale, a 21-story, 250-foot tower at 55 Wythe Avenue, in the heart of Williamsburg. To mark the occasion, we were given an exclusive tour inside the project, a follow-up to our previous tour in June.
Brooklyn Heights’ historic Bossert Hotel may finally reopen this winter under the operation of Argentinian hotelier Fën Hotels, the Brooklyn Paper reported.
The Bossert will not be Fën Hoteles’ first venture in Brooklyn, as they recently opened the Dazzler Brooklyn downtown, on Flatbush Avenue Extension and Tillary Street. UnderFën’s discretion, the Bossert Hotel will be transformed into the “Esplendor Bossert.”
More Airbnb users travel to Brooklyn than nearly any other destination. And while rental inspectors are largely turning a blind eye to the legally-questionable home-share listings in Kings County, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce knows opportunity when they see it.
The Chamber announced a new partnership with Airbnb on Wednesday, encouraging Brooklyn hosts to endorse and patronize local businesses, while also coaching business owners to better meet the needs of out-of-town visitors, Crain’s reported.
It was a long winter, and nothing much happened at 645 Union Street in Gowanus, the future site of the Gowanus Inn & Yard.
The quaint, vintage-style hotel and restaurant is being built on an empty lot by Matt Abramcyk — founder of the Beatrice Inn, “the hippest nighttime destination in all of Manhattan” — and two partners. Back in 2013, we reported that Gowanus was becoming a hotel district, and there are currently three other hotels located within five blocks of the Gowanus Inn, and more on the way.
Over the last few months, the site’s made progress. The cellar is nearing completion, with a number of internal walls dividing future rooms, as you can see in the photos above and below.