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Brooklyn home sales fell last quarter at the highest rate in 10 years, as the pandemic wiped out the real estate industry’s critical spring market. But it’s not all bad  Read more

New York City’s zoos and aquarium are planning to open later this month, along with museums and movie theaters. While the definitive reopening of the attractions has not yet been  Read more

In-person eviction trials will resume July 27 in Brooklyn, with other counties soon to follow. Justice Anthony Cannataro, the administrative judge of the New York City Civil Court, which oversees  Read more

For weeks after the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police, Brooklyn agent Wileen Saint Louis watched as companies across corporate America spoke out against racial injustice  Read more

Christmas in July is not a good thing when it comes to home sales. Once again, activity in Brooklyn’s luxury market was frigid last week, with just five deals signed  Read more

A Brooklyn senator introduced legislation that would place the most severe restrictions yet on evictions and foreclosures. New York state Sen. Zellnor Myrie’s bill would prevent all eviction and foreclosure  Read more

A three-story building at 348 Court Street in Brooklyn collapsed Wednesday evening. The New York City Fire Department received reports of the crumbled structure at 5 p.m., according to a  Read more

Not all coronavirus-impacted real estate deals need to go to court, after all. After the pandemic slammed the brakes on All Year Management’s sale of a 74-building, $346 million multifamily  Read more

New York City’s first full week of in-person showings since March didn’t tempt many Brooklyn buyers. Last week, four homes in the borough went into contract, according to Compass weekly  Read more

As polls closed on Tuesday, progressives across New York City took victory laps — even though primary election winners won’t be determined until a record number of absentee ballots are  Read more

Don’t call it a comeback. The luxury market in Brooklyn was stuck in neutral last week, as six properties asking $2 million or more went into contract in the borough  Read more

While tenants protested the reopening of Housing Court Monday, incensed landlord attorneys plotted actions against the city and state for not doing enough to allow evictions. Some 100 attorneys from  Read more

Sometimes you can lose and still win. Douglas Elliman’s Manhattan sales dropped more than 23 percent last year from an eye-popping 2018 total of nearly $9 billion, but it still  Read more

New York’s three-month shutdown largely ground new residential deals to a halt — and the number of contract signings in May bears that out. In Manhattan and Brooklyn, signed contract  Read more

After months of legal wrangling and allegations of collusion and predatory lending, Heritage Equity Partners will lose control of its office development at 215 Moore Street in Bushwick. Judge Leon  Read more

The city’s Gowanus rezoning may be on life support, but one pro-development group is working to revive it. Open New York, a volunteer group that focuses on changing the city’s  Read more

Transition Acquisitions has purchased a six-story office building on Flushing Avenue in Bushwick for $44 million. The property at 1300 Flushing Avenue spans about 105,000 square feet, according to the  Read more

Brooklyn’s luxury market is inching its way back to normalcy: It just had its second week in a row of seven sales, the most since the pandemic started. Deals that  Read more

After a long search for space, Goodwill has renewed its 30,800-square-foot lease for its highly trafficked workforce development hub in Downtown Brooklyn. The long-term deal provides options for the nonprofit  Read more

Developer Howie Klaus, known for his warmth, vision, and love for his native Brooklyn, died suddenly on June 5 at the age of 65. Klaus was the co-founder of HK  Read more

Triplemint has snagged Compass broker Aaron Seawood and his team to lead the firm’s push into the Brooklyn market. Though the venture-backed brokerage of 170-odd agents doesn’t have concrete plans  Read more

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