Posts tagged with: Brooklyn

$15.5 Million, a Record for Brooklyn Real Estate

An enormous brick townhouse in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, suitable as both home and studio with its voluminous rooms, soaring ceilings and built-in four-car garage, sold to the photographer Jay Maisel for $15.5 million, according to city records, breaking the record...
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The Brooklyn Real Estate Bubble Will Never Pop

    The housing crash of the late 2000s was supposed to have decimated property values across the nation. But in Brooklyn, the housing market barely broke its stride. Supply and demand is supposed to be an immutable truth, yet...
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$15.5M Cobble Hill townhouse sets the record for the most expensive home ever sold in Brooklyn

    A Cobble Hill townhouse crammed full of the types of amenities normally reserved for luxe Manhattan skyscrapers has broken the record for the most expensive home ever sold in Brooklyn, the Daily News has learned. The four-story, six-bedroom...
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Diversity, Art & Real Estate in Brooklyn

    Let’s make sure New York keeps our artists communities:  New York, now Brooklyn, is losing it’s artistic, authentic flavor due to property costs that are driving artists, authentic stores, etc, out of town. Arnold Lehman, of the Brooklyn Museum, expresses...
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New York Apartments, Art Top Gold as Stores of Wealth

    According to Bloomberg, the two greatest stores of wealth are contemporary art and property in New York City and London. In the old days, investors used to collect gold buillon, but those days are over.  At $1,921.17 an...
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Forget Manhattan. Brooklyn’s Real-Estate Market Is on Fire — and It’s Not Cooling Off Anytime Soon.

    Brooklyn’s housing market is on fire and is beating Manhattan!Brooklyn’s prices continue to break records with multiple bidding wars, with the median now at $610,894, a 17.5 percent jump from 2014.  Manhattan’s numbers remained flat for the same...
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