Forest City in Brooklyn: a Real Estate Pioneer on the Way Out?
The developer behind MetroTech and Barclays Center changed the borough's landscape. An in-depth look at a towering yet sometimes controversial legacy
Where in Brooklyn Can a Small Business Find Decent Rent?
With prices for space so high, are there any good deals left out there? The experts suggest three sweet spots
As Brooklyn Towers Reach for the Sky, How Big Is Too Big?
The proposed project for 80 Flatbush would provide housing and schools, but critics point to 'unprecedented scale' near row houses
Amenities Galore! 9 Lures for Brooklyn Apartment Hunters
From a "jam room" to a science lab for kids, developers are rolling out clever new perks in a competitive marketplace
Real Estate Titan MaryAnne Gilmartin Starts a New Firm
The powerful Brooklyn executive is taking key staffers with her to play a role as Forest City sells most of its Pacific Park stake to Greenland USA
Why Cuomo’s Plan for Red Hook Faces a Force of Nature
The governor proposes vast new housing and a subway extension, but the Brooklyn neighborhood is one of the most vulnerable to rising sea levels
How to Start a Real Estate Agency from Scratch
A small Brooklyn brokerage, Niche, is a new generation of mom-and-pop shop, challenging industry giants
Hot Property: Apple, Domino, Bedford-Union, and $1 Rent
It's all about real estate and retail in this week's roundup of the latest Brooklyn business news
Inside the Blight of Empty Brooklyn Storefronts
Greedy landlords? Not so simple. The haunting retail vacancies have many causes–and need a concerted response
An Insider’s Take on Brooklyn’s Real Estate Boom
Douglas Elliman's head of sales in the borough gives the lowdown on prices, competition and changing neighborhoods