This collection of vintage postcards offers a voyage back in time to the swank days of Brooklyn's luxurious residential hotels.
The redevelopment of the iconic complex will bring new stores and businesses and as many as 5,000 workers to historic and mostly residential Brooklyn Heights.
Jehovah's Witnesses have filled in a private underground tunnel leading to one of their dormitories in Brooklyn Heights.
Kushner and partners CIM Group and LIVWRK plan a mixed-use development that could increase the population of Dumbo by 44 percent.
There's a connection to president-elect Donald Trump right here in Brooklyn, and there's a chance you see it every day.
A new restaurant row is taking shape in Dumbo, transforming former industrial space belonging to the Jehovah's Witnesses.
The Jehovah's Witnesses have put yet another prime Dumbo lot up for sale: 69 Adams Street, which buyers may well transform into a luxury residential tower, as the listing suggests.
The 154,000-square-foot residential building in Brooklyn Heights could fetch as much as $185 million.
Developers Jared Kushner, Aby Rosen and LIVWRK hope to scoop up both the Jehovah's Witnesses headquarters at 25-30 Columbia Heights and the 85 Jay Street site in Dumbo for about $700 million.
Under Brooklyn Heights, beneath the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ rich portfolio of borough real estate, there is a private pedestrian walkway, a series of four subterranean tunnels connecting several of the properties.