When he read the news one morning in early September, Ofer Cohen picked up the phone and called key players in Brooklyn real estate. Cohen, 46, the founder and president of TerraCRG, a Brooklyn-focused real estate advisory and brokerage firm, knew immediately that the borough could make a strong case […]
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Five months after the passage of the de Blasio administration’s first neighborhood rezoning, investment in East New York’s housing market has increased. Both residents and realtors have taken an interest in selling homes in the neighborhood now that the area is “on the map” after extensive debate over it’s rezoning […]
The controversial Airbnb bill yet to be signed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is drawing criticism from African American users of the popular homesharing website. In an effort to prevent illegal hotels, the bill, passed by the state legislature this summer, bans users from listing rentals for entire apartments […]
Small-time Mayo Manufacturers Perfect the Recipe for Paying Higher Wages By Natalie Fertig When Elizabeth Valleau and Sam Mason decided to start a small food business three years ago, they spent a good deal of time deciding how much to pay their employees. “We were not interested in pretending to […]
A proposal for a 977-unit residential project in fast-changing Bushwick faces opposition over the number of affordable housing units and whether those apartments will be affordable enough for longtime Bushwick residents.
Mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio has ambitious plans to reshape the inequalities in the real estate market by mandating developers to build affordable housing.
New York’s next mayor wants a Brooklyn Navy Yard in each borough.
3D printers can make just about anything these days. Saltshakers shaped like your head. Runway fashion. Custom prosthetics and hearing aids. Dream it, and you can print it. But can 3D printers make jobs?
In Brooklyn neighborhoods populated by young artists without cable, bars that aired Breaking Bad bumped up their revenues, while those who didn’t saw a big dip in revenues.