Brooklyn Rents in the 1940s; $45M Penthouse Sale Sets New Record in Greenwich Village

Posted On Mon, March 16, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, March 16, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Here are what Brooklyn rents were like back in the 1940s. [Curbed]
  • Workers have started demolition on Essex Crossing. There have also been a few design changes to some buildings. [Lo-Down]
  • A $45 million penthouse sale at 155 West 11th Street in Greenwich Village has set a new record as the neighborhood’s most expensive. [The Real Deal]
  • Heat Seek NYC, a local non-profit, is using internet-connected thermostats to bust landlords skimping out on heat. [Fast Co. Exist]
  • Take a video tour of the $6M Bed-Stuy mansion boasting a presidential connection with owner Claudia Moran. [NBC NY]
  • Seedy NYC Taxi King wants $100K a month for his Tribeca apartment. [NYDN]

Images: Map of Brooklyn rents in the 40s (L); 155 West 11th Street (R)



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