For our third installment of Architecture, Brooklyn Style, we spoke with Brooklyn Heights-based residential and commercial architect James Koster, whom we met at the last installment of LTRE. His work ranges from multi-family luxury developments in Telluride, Co. to Heights townhouses. Tell us what drove you to become an architect. I have enjoyed drawing and [...]
If you’re trying to figure out which Brooklyn spot is best for you, check out our new neighborhood pages, which give background information, photos and historic maps, where applicable. From Brooklyn Heights to Windsor Terrace, we’ve detailed the character and attributes of each sector of Brownstone Brooklyn.
100 2nd Place, Unit 1, goes to contract quickly. I thought it might, read more here.
‘On Our Radar: Brooklyn Bridge Park, Housing?’ over on our BRS blog, click here.
It was recently brought to my attention by a number of people that were interested in these properties that the auctions yielded what I would consider pretty good results for both parties. I took a look at each of the properties just prior to the auction date. This is what I hear: 47 Douglass Street, [...]
A big THANK YOU to all that attended our Let’s Talk Real Estate event at the Brooklyn Wine Exchange Tuesday night for making it a great success. I enjoyed meeting each and every one of you. I hope you took away something useful from my real estate market insights and that you enjoyed the ‘Old [...]
Insider knowledge? Yes, we have that. Check it out over on the Brennan Realty Services blog >
I just took a look through the 3Q REBNY report and noticed some impressive sales numbers–dollar amounts–for Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. However, one very important piece of data was missing from that REBNY report: the number of sales. It is hard to assess trends when the volume side of the picture is not represented. There is [...]