The Real Deal New York

The not-so-outer borough: Brooklyn’s fast-climbing home prices make it nearly as expensive as Manhattan

By Katherine Clarke | June 05, 2013 10:30AM

From the June issue: Manhattan estate brokers Ari Harkov and Warner Lewis recently started searching for apartments in the West Village on behalf of a client, who wanted to pay around $650,000 for a one-bedroom. Not satisfied by the inventory they found in that price range, they expanded the search to Brooklyn Heights, thinking that would yield much more space for the money. [more]