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Williamsburg

Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Retail, Residential, Sales, Leasing/Rental, Condo

Williamsburg is a neighborhood in northern Brooklyn, bounded by Greenpoint to the north, Bedford-Stuyvesant to the south, Bushwick to the east, and the East River to the west. A rezoning of the neighborhood in 2005 facilitated residential development, which has been most pronounced on the waterfront. As of 2015, factories that made sugar, shoe polish, mustard and musical instruments were in the process of being converted or have been converted into loft-style housing. Contemporary upscale condominiums include the Edge at 34 North 7th Street and Toll Brothers' Northside Piers at 164 Kent Avenue. The L train of the New York City subway system services Williamsburg; its Bedford Avenue station is the first stop outside downtown Manhattan. Service to Manhattan is due to shut down for 18 months starting early in 2019, however, to repair East River tunnel damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

  • Address Williamsburg
  • neighborhood Williamsburg
  • borough Brooklyn
  • Event Sales
  • Address Williamsburg portfolio
  • Neighborhood Midtown
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Price $ 51,500,000

07/27/2018
The condo complex, called Cascade, will span 400,000 square feet across seven buildings along the border of Williamsburg and Bedford-Stuyvesant, and the project’s first phase of 97 units should be done this year...

07/10/2018
People who want brownstones generally start in Park Slope and then move outward into Windsor Terrace or Kensington, while people who want convenience focus on neighborhoods like Williamsburg and Dumbo...

05/14/2018
Clockwise from top left: 660 12th Avenue, 4 Times Square and 435 Seventh Avenue April’s top 10 retail leasing deals more than doubled March’s in Clockwise from top left: 660 12th Avenue, 4 Times Square and 435 Seventh Avenue April’s top 10 retail leasing deals more than doubled March’s in...

04/06/2018
Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant were the two most popular neighborhoods for the company with eight projects apiece. The company also has six projects in Flatbush, five in Ocean Hill, four in Crown Heights, two in Gowanus, and one each in Clinton Hill, East Williamsburg, Prospect Heights and Sunset Park...

03/29/2018
However, the firm is now focusing more on Williamsburg, where it is developing the $3 billion Domino Sugar refinery site on Kent Avenue along the waterfront...

03/15/2018
New York's skyline has been filling up with one tower after another, and many of these projects are being designed by the top architecture firmsNew York's skyline has been filling up with one tower after another, and many of these projects are being designed by the top architecture firms...

03/09/2018
He noted that the brokerage recently consolidated three of its offices into one main campus on Bogart Street in East Williamsburg and used the move as an opportunity to clear out agents who were technically with the company but not actually producing...

02/16/2018
Clockwise from left: 505 Eighth Avenue, 128 West 34th Street, and 3100 Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn. January’s 10 biggest retail leasing deals were much smaller Clockwise from left: 505 Eighth Avenue, 128 West 34th Street, and 3100 Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn. January’s 10 biggest retail leasing deals were much smaller...

02/09/2018
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. 1 spot on December’s list of loans in the outer borough, followed closely by Bank of China’s $196 million loan for Industry City. Other large loans for December included $150 million for the Dime in South Williamsburg and $92 million for the Parkline in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens...

01/01/2018
Long Island City, for example, saw a 95 percent drop in residential units applied for from 2014 (when there were 7,459) to 2017 (when there were only 335 through October). Williamsburg saw a 90 percent drop in the same category during that same time window â€' developers in the neighborhood filed for 403 units in 2017 versus 4,352 in 2014...

12/29/2017
The developers tapped Morris Adjmi to design the 21-story building, making the project the architecture firm's largest this year. Kushner and LIVWRK previously worked with the firm on the condo conversion of the Austin Nichols House in Williamsburg...

11/01/2017
Although neighborhoods like Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO tend to land the biggest headlines when it comes to splashy real estate deals in Brooklyn, one of the largest condo approvals during the third quarter took place out in Sheepshead Bay, where developer Bentley Zhao is planning a 56-unit project at 2128 Ocean Avenue...

10/27/2017
Some of the larger Brooklyn projects from the third quarter include Douglaston Development’s 40-story, 554-unit rental tower at 2 North 6th Street on the Williamsburg waterfront, and Two Trees Management’s 522-unit project at 325 Kent Avenue, the first development in Williamsburg’s Domino Sugar site...

09/01/2017
At Two Trees, David Walentas remade Dumbo, transforming it from a world of old warehouses to one of Brooklyn’s priciest residential neighborhood today. But the younger Walentas has shifted gears and has embarked on the massive redevelopment of the 11-acre Domino Sugar refinery in Williamsburg on the Brooklyn waterfront...

07/01/2017
In Bushwick, many longtime owners have kept their warehouses vacant in anticipation of a neighborhood rezoning that could pave the way for residential development. Following a recent community board hearing, the rezoning seems less likely, and now, many of those landlords are offering their spaces at lower rents than new developments, Robayo said. The average asking rent in northeast Brooklyn â€' which encompasses Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick â€' was shy of $42 per square foot during the first quarter, according to CBRE...

05/30/2017
The borough's largest deal was CW Realty's $42.5 million buy of an industrial property at 48 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg...

02/27/2017
The largest retail lease in December was the Korean fashion brand Åland, which took 10,450 square feet at RedSky Capital’s 92 North 6th Street in Williamsburg...

12/28/2016
The Williamsburg-based development firm is seeking a rezoning of a former Pfizer site at the nearby 249 - 344 Wallabout Street for residential use so they can build 1 million square feet of apartments...

12/01/2016
About a year ago, it snagged Winick Realty’s Diana Boutross, who had brokered Whole Foods’ Williamsburg lease among other big deals...

12/01/2016
The new owners range from the low-profile variety that use post office boxes in Williamsburg as their corporate address all the way up to midsize institutional players such as Sugar Hill Capital Partners and Silvershore Properties, and even the national real estate giant Related Companies...

07/01/2016
Meanwhile, when the LeFraks arrived from France in the 19th century, they quickly started buying modest walk-up buildings in Williamsburg...

02/12/2016
Clockwise from left: 21 Hinckley Place (Brooklyn), 530 Exterior Street (Bronx), 111 East 24th Street (Manhattan) 20-31 and 31-07 20th Avenue (Queens) Did you know Clockwise from left: 21 Hinckley Place (Brooklyn), 530 Exterior Street (Bronx), 111 East 24th Street (Manhattan) 20-31 and 31-07 20th Avenue (Queens) Did you know...

02/08/2016
Clockwise from Left: Renderings for 651 New York Avenue (Credit: Loadingdock5), 171 South Portland Avenue (Credit: East River Partners), 559 Carroll Street (Credit: Brooklyn Clockwise from Left: Renderings for 651 New York Avenue (Credit: Loadingdock5), 171 South Portland Avenue (Credit: East River Partners), 559 Carroll Street (Credit: Brooklyn...

01/12/2016
Williamsburg was 2015’s top NYC neighborhood for applications, with developers applying for more than 1,100 units through November...

01/08/2016
The most active month for residential filings in 2015 was March, when 3,674 qualifying units were submitted. Compare that to September of 2014, a jam-packed month that saw over 9,000 proposed units, a figure bolstered by Two Trees’ Domino Sugar building at 325 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg (522 units), Red Apple Group’s 86 Fleet Place in Downtown Brooklyn (440 units), and Clipper Equities’ and Chetrit Group’s 77, 85 and 87 Commercial Street in Greenpoint (720 units)...

...Brooklyn reached $365, surpassing the $361 per square foot in Williamsburg, which dipped from a peak of $373 last summer. Read the full report here...

...over last year. The median asking rent in Williamsburg is $250 per square foot, and $300 per square foot in DoBro. View the full report...

...rents in Manhattan are 16 percent higher than in Williamsburg and 20 percent higher than in Downtown Brooklyn. The top 10 luxury residential buildings across the...

...those neighborhoods were instead on the rental market. Williamsburg and Greenpoint would also see similar price drops. View the full story online here...

...Asking rents along Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg between Grand and North 12th streets reached $347 per square foot, and was Brooklyn’s...

...Median rents in Downtown Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Cobble Hill are higher than Manhattan’s overall median rent. Although rent in...

...Average prices per square foot by neighborhood 2004-2014 Williamsburg’s average price for condos, co-ops, single-family and two-family homes soared 269 percent over ten...

...new developments rose drastically year-over-year in August.  In Williamsburg, prices were up 86 percent from the same period last year, and rose 70 percent in...

...Average rents for Williamsburg studios rose nearly 10 percent in July from the previous month, the highest price increase...

...Q2, a 32 percent decline from the previous quarter. Williamsburg and Bedford-Stuvesant accounted for 64 percent of all units sold, although Downtown Brooklyn, which accounted...

...Fulton Mall and retail along Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg are now commanding prices over $300 per square foot. View the full report online here...

...neighborhoods in the borough included Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Williamsburg. View the full report online here. 2014 NYC multifamily sales: Ariel Property Advisors...

...Fifteen new retail corridors came to Park Slope, Williamsburg added 13 and Crown Heights brought in seven. The borough’s largest retail lease signed...