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    Brooklyn Bridge Park

    334 Furman Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11201

    Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre public green space that runs along the East River shoreline of Brooklyn, New York. The park, parts of which are still under construction, was designed by landscape architecture firm Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc. on a series of piers. An organization called Friends of Fulton Ferry Landing first floated the idea of building what evolved into Brooklyn Bridge Park in the 1980s, when the Brooklyn waterfront stopped servicing commercial cargo shipping. A non-profit corporation co-financed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey oversees construction, which began in 2008. The first phase of the park opened in 2010. To fund its annual upkeep and finish construction, the city and the state have encouraged condominium development abutting Brooklyn Bridge Park. -TA

    • Address 334 Furman Street
    • neighborhood Brooklyn Heights
    • borough Brooklyn
    • owner New York City
    • owner entity BROOKLYN BRIDGE PK DE
    • block and lot 3-00245-0015
    • BIN 3002012

    The $217 million loan from M&T Bank and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation to Midtown Equities for its Empire Stores project took the No...

    For example, the penthouse condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park hit the market in May asking $32 million, topping the previous record for the borough’s priciest listing by $2 million...

    Elliman’s Burke said the expansion of Brooklyn Bridge Park has made the already-popular neighborhood even more desirable...

    While some developers may be trying to replicate the success of projects like Toll Brothers’ under-construction Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park, where condo prices were increased eight times since February and 50 percent of units are already sold, for others, it’s just a matter of basic economics...

    The priciest listings ranged from a $14 million Park Slope townhouse to the $32 million One Brooklyn Bridge Park penthouse...