January 13, 2017 admin

If you’re like me and the grief you are feeling in response to our current political situation is keeping you from sleeping at night, it looks like you’ve got a place to go this month. On Saturday January 28, one week after inauguration, the French Embassy and Brooklyn Public Library are…

January 12, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

Who loves Bed-Stuy more; well-experienced homebuyers or nerdy preservationists? The prices paid for properties in the historic neighborhood suggest the answer is BOTH. Ban Loew, an agent at Halstead, told the Brooklyn Eagle, townhouses on Bed-Stuy’s “great blocks” are selling for around 10 percent more than their asking prices. Around…

January 5, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

The president of residential real estate firm Stribling & Associates, Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan, and her wife Rebecca Cleary have recently bought a new $2.9 million unit at the new Pierhouse condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Their condo has three bedrooms, two bedrooms and a half and Manhattan skyline views. Corcoran…

January 4, 2017 admin

NY PHIL Off The Grid, chamber music parties hosted by Musicians from the New York Philharmonic performing in unexpected locations throughout New York City, continues with the second event of the season on Thursday, January 19, 2017, at 7:15 p.m. Off The Grid – Vol. 5. The event will be…

January 4, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

This week’s top three popular listings include a three-bedroom co-op in Borough Park to a 20-foot-wide brownstone. One of these 3 properties, includes Chloe Sevigny’s Park Slope apartment. The neighborhoods include Borough Park, Park Slope and Bed-Stuy. Prices range from $560,000 – the cheapest listing; to $2.75 million. 1. This…

January 4, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

Four multifamily buildings in Flatbush were purchased and the Recording Academy bought the onetime home of J.P. Morgan in Murray Hill. 1. Coney’s Realty Group’s Peter Rebenwerzel took four Flatbush multifamily complexes Jacob Deutsch totaling a $28.7 million deal. The four buildings included a 53-unit building at 2502 Avenue D,…

January 4, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

Brooklyn encompasses a very interesting history. Take for instance the pioneers who lived in Coney Island well before Brooklyn Bridge Park was a popular tourist attraction. Some historians at the United States Military Academy, Barnard College and Berkeley College have always wondered how the dated culture developed and have even…

January 2, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

The Brooklyn Queens Connector Trolley, also called BQX, has brought with it a big discussion about interests between the parties involved. Two Trees Management and an advocacy group are involved in regular phone discussions with public agencies over the planning of the trolley line and how it will affect the…

January 1, 2017 Aranxza Lopez

Back in 2007, Julia Dahl and her boyfriend, Joel Bukiewicz were informed of something unnecessary on the way to see a prospective apartment in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn. “Before we get here, I should tell you that the guy who lived here before committed suicide.” – said the real estate agent. Despite…