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  • From left: David Von Spreckelsen and a rendering of Pierhouse

    From left: David Von Spreckelsen and a rendering of Pierhouse

    Toll Brothers expects its bet on Pierhouse – a hotel-condo development at Brooklyn Bridge Park – to pay off in spades. [more]

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  • Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Brooklyn Bridge Park

    The Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation has once again insisted that it needs the funding from real estate development to pay for the park’s upkeep.  [more]

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  • From left: Proposal for Pier 6 towers by Marvel and Pierhouse at Pier 1 rendering

    From left: Proposal for Pier 6 towers by Marvel and Pierhouse at Pier 1 rendering

    Opponents of two planned residential towers near Brooklyn Bridge Park say the buildings are not needed because revenue growth from existing developments will cover maintenance costs at the waterfront green space. [more]

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  • Rendering of the proposed affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6

    Rendering of the proposed affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6

    The Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation will raise nearly $200 million in tax increases over the next 50 years, and therefore can maintain Brooklyn Bridge Park without constructing two affordable housing properties on the site, wrote activist and Save Pier 6 founder Lori Schomp in a New York Daily News op-ed.   [more]

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  • Rendering of the proposed affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6

    Planned affordable housing location at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6

    Despite fierce community opposition to two planned buildings at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6, the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation board is forging ahead. [more]

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  • Caption: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 proposal renderings

    Caption: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 proposal renderings

    The Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. is expected to review 14 designs from architects vying to build residential towers at two sites on Pier 6 at the waterfront green space. Click here to see photos of the designs.

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  • 036-037 Brooklyn inventory se FINAL.indd

    The expansion of Brooklyn Bridge Park has made Brooklyn Heights even more desirable for buyers

    From the August issue: Bidding wars. All-cash offers. Foreign buyers. Off-market sales. The telltale signs of New York City’s housing crunch have dominated headlines in recent years, as pent-up demand from the financial crisis gave way to a seller’s market — one in which prices have soared. [more]

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  • From left: Bill de Blasio, a rendering for a proposed development at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Brooklyn Bridge Park

    From left: Bill de Blasio and Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Brooklyn residents who oppose the mayor’s plan to build below-market-rate apartments in Brooklyn Bridge Park are scheduled to meet the city’s lawyers in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Friday. [more]

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  • From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio, tower rendering, Brad Lander and Stephen Levin

    From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio, tower rendering, Brad Lander and Stephen Levin

    A pair of planned residential towers at Brooklyn Bridge Park is facing opposition before it has even found a developer. [more]

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  • From left: 121 Plymouth Street and a rendering of John Street Park

    From left: 121 Plymouth Street and a rendering of John Street Park

    Construction is now underway on a new section of waterfront green space and a condo development in Dumbo. [more]

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  • Rendering of proposed affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Rendering of proposed affordable housing structure at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Brooklyn Bridge Park neighbors are up in arms over a proposal to build a 16-story, 140-unit residential building within the park. [more]

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  • A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Over 40 condominiums at Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park have entered contract in a span of 10 weeks, as the average per-square-foot price of $1,800 there set a record for the borough. [more]

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  • From left: Bill de Blasio, Brad Lander and a rendering of Pier 6

    From left: Bill de Blasio, Daniel Squadron, Brad Lander and a rendering of Pier 6

    A league of lawmakers is pushing for Mayor Bill de Blasio to hit the brakes on two luxury residential buildings slated for Brooklyn Bridge Park. [more]

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  • 33-caton

    33 Caton Place in Brooklyn

    The Chetrit Group’s Cabrini Medical Center conversion and HAP Investment Developers’ polarizing 20-unit Harlem apartment complex with pink and blue balconies are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of eye-popping renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow.

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  • A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    WEEKENDEDITION Pierhouse, Toll Brothers’ $280 million development at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1, is expected to contribute $16 million to the park’s annual budget for operations and maintenance. [more]

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  • A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Toll Brothers has released the pricing for Pierhouse, its 108-unit townhome-style development at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1. The Brooklyn Heights project will also create 1Hotel, which will have 193 rooms, as well as restaurants, a banquet hall, retail, a fitness center and a 300-car parking garage. Construction is slated to be completed in 2015. [more]

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  • A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    A rendering of Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

    From the November issue: The problems visited upon the area now occupied by Brooklyn Bridge Park go back far more than a century, to the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge itself in 1883. That landmark rendered largely obsolete the ferry services that once occupied this part of the waterfront. [more]

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  • A rendering of the berm (source: DNAinfo)

    WEEKENDEDITION Sandwiched between the East River and the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, Brooklyn Bridge Park isn’t known for peace and quiet. But a new sound barrier, to block noise pollution from the BQE, will soon make the park a little more tranquil.

    Officials have announced the construction of a 30-foot “sound-attenuating” hill, known as a “berm,” at Piers 3 and 4 near Clark Street. [more]

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  • st-anns

    St. Ann’s renderings and Jonathan Marvel

    Avant-garde theater company St. Ann’s Warehouse has kicked off the conversion of a 19th-century tobacco factory in Brooklyn Bridge Park into its first permanent home. [more]

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  • Jane's Carousel with flood protection (credit: David and Jane Walentas)

    Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park with flood protection (credit: David and Jane Walentas)

    “Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Midtown East dethrones Soho and Tribeca as the priciest ‘hood for rentals, Jane’s Carousel gets flood protection in time for hurricane season, and 244 Elizabeth Street’s tenants celebrate converting to affordable housing. [more]

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