The Real Deal New York

More BK brownstones hitting the market to meet rising demand

Large Manhattan brokerages are playing a bigger part in the borough's townhouse market

December 28, 2015 09:30AM
By Adam Warner

Brownstones in Park Slope (credit: Matthew Rutledge/Flickr)

From the December issue: The number of Brooklyn brownstones on the market is increasing as the mom-and-pop brokerages that traditionally dominated the borough take a back seat to larger firms that are garnering higher prices for these highly sought-after properties. International buyers and others who previously might have only looked in Manhattan are now riding the wave to Brooklyn and scooping up reconditioned brownstones, helping to drive prices up. [more]