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  • From left: 184-186 Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg and Benjamin Bernstein

    From left: 184-186 Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg and Benjamin Bernstein

    RedSky Capital is building two new, all-retail buildings in Williamsburg.

    The Brooklyn-based developer, led by Benjamin Bernstein and Benjamin Stokes, bought the two properties at 184-186 Bedford Avenue and 204-206 Bedford Avenue for $40 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. In total, the two buildings will have nearly 21,000 square feet of retail space, according to the newspaper. [more]

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  • 119-123 Kent Avenue and a rendering for a building proposed last year at the site

    119-123 Kent Avenue and a rendering for a building proposed last year at the site

    The holdout owners of three buildings at Kent Avenue and North Seventh Street have finally listed the properties for $17.5 million. [more]

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  • Rendering of 338 Berry Street via williamsberry.com

    Rendering of 338 Berry Street via williamsberry.com

    It’s been years in the making, but a former noodle factory in Williamsburg is finally going condo. [more]

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  • From left: Queens Center Mall and the interior of an Apple store

    From left: Queens Center Mall and the interior of an Apple store

    UPDATED, 5:05 p.m., Feb. 5: Apple fangirls and fanboys in Queens are in for a treat, with the world’s largest company planning its first store in the city’s largest borough.
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  • Fire engulfs Williamsburg warehouse

    January 31, 2015 11:00AM
    North 11th Street in Williamsburg (via Vic Nicastro)

    North 11th Street in Williamsburg (via Vic Nicastro)

    Firefighters battled a four-alarm fire that engulfed a Brooklyn warehouse Saturday morning. [more]

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  • Williamsburg, a symbol of gentrification

    Williamsburg, a symbol of gentrification

    First Soho, Chelsea, and the East Village, then Park Slope, Williamsburg and Fort Greene – these neighborhoods have supposedly all succumbed to gentrification. [more]

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  • 59 Frost Street in Williamsburg

    59 Frost Street in Williamsburg

    Upwards of 70,000 people applied for 38 affordable housing units in a Williamsburg building that’s located at 59 Frost Street.

    The application period closed December 22 for apartments in the new, seven-story building, situated just two blocks from McCarren Park. Applicants’ odds will be even worse than the 60,000 who applied for 105 units at nearby 1133 Manhattan Avenue earlier this year.

    Dunn Development Corp. headed up the $12.9 million project, which should be ready for tenants to move in next year, according to DNAinfo. [more]

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  • 225 Wythe Avenue

    225 Wythe Avenue

    Yet another hipster favorite is falling in Williamsburg to make way for residents with even deeper pockets. [more]

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  • From left: rendering of 184-186 Bedford Avenue and 204-206 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg

    From left: rendering of 184-186 Bedford Avenue and 204-206 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg

    RedSky Capital bought two development sites in Williamsburg for $40 million. [more]

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  • 1N4th at at 1 North Fourth Street in Williamsburg

    1N4th at 1 North Fourth Street in Williamsburg

    The Williamsburg waterfront is set to see even more towers. The latest one to rise is dubbed 1N4th, but it certainly won’t be the last. [more]

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  • Eliot Spitzer, scrapped plans for 420 Kent Ave in Williamsburg and current site

    Eliot Spitzer, scrapped plans for 420 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg and current site

    Eliot Spitzer’s Spitzer Engineering is bringing two 18 and 22-story towers to a waterfront parcel in Williamsburg, according to building permits the firm filed with the city today. [more]

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  • From left: Omri Sachs, Dvir Cohen Hoshen and 308 North 7th Street in Williamsburg

    From left: Omri Sachs, Dvir Cohen Hoshen and 308 North 7th Street in Williamsburg

    Adam America Real Estate has plans for a seven-story Williamsburg apartment building spanning nearly 64,000 square feet. [more]

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  • From left: Karim Rashid and 201 North 11th Street

    From left: Karim Rashid and 201 North 11th Street

    Interior architect and industrial designer known for his use of bright colors, Karim Rashid, is looking for a place of his own. [more]

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  • rental

    From left: 30 Willow Place unit in Brooklyn Heights listed for $5,000 per month and 524 West 19th Street unit in Chelsea listed for $18,000 per month

    A three-bedroom Lincoln Square condo was the most popular Manhattan rental listing last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy. [more]

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  • 538 Union Avenue

    538 Union Avenue

    A new teaser site and fresh details are out for a 13-unit residential building rising in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • airbnb-brooklynMayor Bill de Blasio has filed the administration’s first lawsuit against apartments operating as illegal hotels, aka Airbnb rentals. And while it remains unclear how the controversy will play out, on thing is clear: Airbnb hosts in Greenpoint and Williamsburg are cashing in. [more]

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  • J. Crew opens in Williamsburg

    September 28, 2014 09:00AM
     234 Wythe Avenue and J Crew

    234 Wythe Avenue and J Crew

    The clothing retailer J. Crew has officially opened in Williamsburg, marking what Gothamist aptly calls “the Connecticutification” of once bohemian neighborhood. [more]

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  • From left: Meryl Streep, Louisa Gummer and 180 South 4th Street

    From left: Meryl Streep, Louisa Gummer and 180 South 4th Street

    Meryl Streep’s 23-year-old model daughter, Louisa Gummer, has picked up a $1.53 million apartment in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • driggs

    G4’s Jason Behfarin and 510 Driggs Avenue in Brooklyn

    Brooklyn investment firm Alliance Private Capital Group paid $35 million for a Williamsburg residential development with up to 70,000 buildable square feet.

    Michael Kohn, CEO of Alliance Private Capital, plans to construct either a condominium or rental building at 510 Driggs Avenue with a parking garage and ground-floor retail. The property, near North 8th Street, can be as big as five stories. G4 Capital Partners provided the buyer with a $22 million bridge loan. Retailers would be expected to pay about $200 per square foot in monthly rent. [more]

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  • From left: Eliot Spitzer and 420 Kent Avenue

    From left: Eliot Spitzer and 420 Kent Avenue

    Eliot Spitzer, who last year made his most aggressive move since returning to the family firm with the purchase of a pricey West Side development site, is close to inking a deal to buy a large, stalled residential project on the Brooklyn waterfront, according to sources. [more]

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