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
Making a Leap from Skateboard Maker to Real Estate Mogul
How Harley Courts built his Brooklyn firm Nooklyn into a tech-driven, apartment-rental powerhouse
Inside the Battle over the Megaproject at 80 Flatbush
Is rezoning for two large towers the best way to deliver schools and affordable housing? The debate over costs and benefits gets louder
Why That New Chain Store Just Landed on Your Block
They're arriving in Brooklyn faster than in any other borough. Can mom-and-pop shops survive in a land of giants?