Kushner Firm Harassed Tenants to Push Them Out, Says Lawsuit
Brooklyn borough president and watchdog group announce $10 million suit, charging "brazen disregard for human life"
Was a Fire Set to Destroy Part of Brooklyn’s Industrial Past?
A 19th century storehouse, damaged by a suspicious blaze, becomes a symbol of the struggle to preserve sites in Gowanus and Red Hook
How the Borough President Is Essentially Backing 80 Flatbush
While he would chop one tower's height 39%, Adams proposes just a 12% cut in bulk, plus benefits like a new subway entrance
Real Estate Finance Is Changing, Thanks to ‘Fintech’ Startups
At a Brooklyn demo, five companies pitched their new platforms to improve building, buying, and selling
How a Huge New Project Will Change the Face of Dumbo
The little-known history of 85 Jay: from Al Capone's school to Jehovah's Witnesses, a proposed arena, a Kushner role, and finally a 737-apartment giant
Airbnb in Brooklyn: Who Are the Winners and Losers?
As home sharing proliferates, the debate heats up about its impact and how to regulate it fairly
Real Estate Amenity of the Year: Deluxe Bike Storage
With cycling on the rise, Brooklyn building owners are offering tidy spaces to protect precious wheels
Brooklyn’s Raging Real Estate Boom Hits a Calm Patch
Amenities bloom, tech companies keep arriving, rental concessions ease a bit, yet the Fortune 500 remain elusive
The Plan for 80 Flatbush Hits a Bump. What Happens Next?
After the community board votes no, Borough President Adams will consider "the new character of the community"
Who Says a Coworking Space Has to be Expensive?
Prosper Gowork, a Brooklyn-based startup, offers a $99 monthly fee by leaving out frills like yoga classes and happy hour